Raiola wants hefty commission to extend Donnarumma’s contract

by | May 22, 2021 09:27

Gianluigi Donnarumma’s future at Milan remains up in the air. According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Mino Raiola asked for a commission in the region of €20m to extend the goalkeeper’s contract.

Donnarumma’s agreement with the Rossoneri expires on June 30 and Sunday’s game against Atalanta could be his last one as a Milan player.

The Diavoli have offered the 22-year-old a new €8m-a-year deal, but La Gazzetta dello Sport reports Raiola wants at least €10m-a-year.

Gianluigi Donnarumma’s future at Milan remains up in the air. According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Mino Raiola asked for a commission in the region of €20m to extend the goalkeeper’s contract.

Donnarumma’s agreement with the Rossoneri expires on June 30 and Sunday’s game against Atalanta could be his last one as a Milan player.

The Diavoli have offered the 22-year-old a new €8m-a-year deal, but La Gazzetta dello Sport reports Raiola wants at least €10m-a-year.

The agent informed Milan that he has already received similar offers, but the Rossoneri are unwilling to raise their proposal.

Raiola has also reportedly demanded a commission in the region of €20m, ‘although other sources claim a bonus of €10-15m would be enough for the agent,’ according to the report.

The agent would also want a two-year deal, while Milan would like to extend Donnarumma’s contract for five seasons.

A report of AS newspaper in Spain claimed Raiola has offered Donnarumma to Barcelona, but warned the Catalans, the goalkeeper will remain at the Stadio San Siro if the Rossoneri qualify for the Champions League.

The Rossoneri face Atalanta away on Sunday in the last game of the season. They must win to finish in the top four, but a draw or a defeat would be enough if Juventus fail to win against Bologna.

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