Mino Raiola 'wants a £35m clause in Gianluigi Donnarumma's contract
Mino Raiola ‘wants a £35m release clause in Gianluigi Donnarumma’s new contract with AC Milan’ as he pushes to reduce five-year offer to just two so that he can renegotiate goalkeeper’s £6.5m-a-year salary again in 2023
- Gianluigi Donnarumma intends to stay at AC Milan and sign a new contract
- The 21-year-old goalkeeper’s current contract is set to expire in June 2021
- Super-agent Mino Raiola wants a £35m release clause added to his contract
- Raiola also wants to reduce the proposed five-year offer to just a two-year deal
Gianluigi Donnarumma intends to stay at AC Milan and sign a new contract, but he is yet to agree terms with the club due to Mino Raiola’s demands.
Donnarumma – whose contract is set to expire in June 2021 – has eased fears of a San Siro departure by revealing his intention to extend his contract. However, Raiola latest demands have thrown a spanner in the works.
The super-agent wants a £35million release clause added to Donnarumma’s new contract with AC Milan. Raiola is also pushing to reduce the proposed five-year offer to a two-year deal so that he can renegotiate the goalkeeper’s £6.5m-a-year salary again in 2023.
Gianluigi Donnarumma looks set to sign a new contract with AC Milan in the near future
The Italy international has long been seen as one of the world’s most promising young goalkeepers and has been a target for Chelsea in the past.
The goalkeeper has also had the likes of Juventus, Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United vying after his signature.
However, Donnarumma – who broke into the first team at the age of just 16 – has previously stated that he wants to show faith in the club after coming through the academy.
Although Mino Raiola wants a £35m release clause added to Donnarumma’s new contract
He is also keen to reduce the five-year offer to a two-year deal to renegotiate his salary again
According to Football Italia talks between the club and his agent are taking place, but Raiola has presented new demands.
As a result, it is likely that the deal will be extended to no further than 2023 and that are £35m release could be inserted.
As it stands, Stefano Pioli’s side are sitting in second place in the Serie A table – just one point off leaders Inter Milan.
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