Milan goalkeeper reportedly said farewell to his teammates after the 2-0 win over Atalanta.
Tuttosport reports agent Mino Raiola was not satisfied by the Rossoneri’s offer of €8m a season and wanted €10m for the Italy international, who’s contract expires on June 30.
But the newspaper also highlights that he asked for a commission believed to be between €15m and €20m to sign the deal with the Diavolo.
Milan didn’t intend signing such a deal, as it meant they would be buying back the rights of a player who grew up in the youth team and developed into a starter at San Siro.
And MilanNews claims Donnarumma was already preparing to leave the club before the season was over, as he saluted his teammates after Milan secured a place in the Champions League next season.
The goalkeeper confessed he wouldn’t renew with Milan and the club has decided to sign LOSC Lille shot stopper Mike Maignan, who has carried out his medical this morning.