Peppe di Stefano via MilanNews.it is reporting that Mino Raiola has rejected AC Milan’s contract offer to Gianluigi Donnarumma worth €7 million, plus €1 million in bonuses for 5 years with a release clause of about €30-35 million if the Rossoneri do not qualify for the Champions League.
The agent is still pushing for 12 million euros per season, but Milan are not moving from their position, and so the solution that is taking shape could therefore be a one-year renewal and the postponement of the issue for another few months down the line. Of course, that would also allow time to see the club’s plans for the summer and whether a top four finish is acheived.
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In recent days, Milan have reportedly lined up a potential Donnarumma replacement if the young Italian does head out this summer.
Milan and Lille goalkeeper Mike Maignan have reportedly agreed to personal terms on a contract through 2026 worth €3 million a season. If a transfer does happen, it’s been reported that Maignan would cost Milan in the neighborhood of €15 million.
Lille goalkeeper Mike Maignan has agreed to join Milan on a five-year contract, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
Fee yet to be agreed with LOSC.
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Juventus are reportedly interested in signing the 22-year-old, but they also have no guarantee to play the Champions League next season. Therefore, talks between the two sides are not progressing.
According to a previous report of Il Corriere dello Sport, the Old Lady will offer the Italy international a €10m-a-year contract.
Most likely, Donnarumma will make a final decision about his future at the end of the season.