Milan Want Donnarumma Stay
AC Milan have offered goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma a new deal worth €50million over five years. The new offer is more than treble the €3.2million a year he was initially offered by the Serie A side and is more even than the €7.5million a year he has been offered by both Real Madrid and Manchester United.
Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio claims Milan have made the offer and are looking to meet with his agent Mino Raiola on Wednesday.
The €50million is spread over the period of the contract and is nett of taxes. Should Donnarumma earn €10million a year that equates to over £300,000 a week before tax.
Last month, Raiola announced that the 18-year-old goalkeeper would not be signing a new deal with Milan. His current deal expires at the end of next season. That has led to speculation over his future with both Real Madrid and Manchester United linked with a three-way deal that could see Donnarumm move to either the Bernabeu or Old Trafford or with United keeper David De Gea possibly moving to Madrid if they signed Donnarumma.
Reports last month claimed Real Madrid had already agreed personal terms with the teenager and were set to talk about a transfer fee with Milan. That would have seen the Italian club offered €35-40million.
Raiola was in Italy for meetings on Friday. He was in Naples at lunchtime and in Rome in the afternoon for Roma’s signing of Lorenzo Pellegrini. He didn’t meet with AC Milan as some have speculated. But a meeting is expected to take place this week between Donnarumma, his family, Raiola and Milan. There will also be talk about whether a release clause should be included in the contract. Milan are likely to insist on one. The various parties will discuss the size of the clause.