Gianluigi Donnarumma is yet to sign a new contract with AC Milan
AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma has rejected the club’s second offer of a new contract, allowing himself to enter the final three months of his current deal.
The 22-year-old and his agent, Mino Raiola, have been locked in contract talks with Milan for what feels like forever, but the two parties are yet to find an agreement to keep Donnarumma in Italy.
Gianluca Di Marzio notes that both Milan and Donnarumma are keen to get a deal over the line, but club officials are now taking a step back to reflect on things after the goalkeeper snubbed their second offer.
Milan’s first offer sat at close to £6m per season, while the second round of negotiations saw I Rossoneri raise the stakes to £7m. Raiola, however, was quick to shoot both down sets of terms, as he wants in excess of £10m per season on a short-term deal.
Milan are happy to offer Donnarumma a two-year deal, but even that’s not good enough for Raiola – who is pushing for a one-year extension.
The Italian wants to play in the Champions League and does not want to stick around in Milan if that is not going to be possible. Continue reading