The issue of extending the contract of the Italian goalkeeper of the AC Milan football team with this club is still not resolved. Gianluigi Donnarumma, whose current contract with AC Milan expires at the end of this season, has not yet reached an agreement to extend his contract with AC Milan. AC Milan has offered the Italian goalkeeper a new five-year deal worth € 7.5 million a year, but 21-year-old Donnarumma’s program manager Mino Raiola wants a two-year deal worth € 10 million.
AC Milan, however, is reluctant to accept the terms Raiola has set for the extension of Gianluigi Donnarumma’s contract, as they believe they will have to sit at the negotiating table again in 2022 to extend his contract.
“You have to leave Gianluigi alone because he is trying to do something very important for Milan and his career,” Rivola said in his latest statement when asked by reporters about the future of Milan’s goalkeeping career.
He added: “The rest of the work will be done in secret, without you knowing about them.” This is the case and it will be the same.
Donnarumma, who has been a member of AC Milan since 2015 and currently earns six million euros a year from the club, has so far played in 230 games for the Rossoneri.