According to reports in Italy, Theo Hernandez will snub interest from Manchester City and PSG to sign a contract extension with Milan.
The Frenchman sees his contract expire in June 2024, but the Rossoneri have already opened talks with his agents to extend the player’s stay at the club.
Theo earns €1.5m-a-year and the Rossoneri will offer him a contract extension with a pay rise.
According to Calciomercato.com, Milan’s latest offer is in the region of €3m, which is still not enough to convince the player.
The Serie A giants would need a proposal in the region of €4m-a-year, but negotiations between the two parties are at an advanced stage and the player’s priority is to stay at San Siro, despite interest from Manchester City and PSG.
Theo would extend his stay at the club until June 2026.
Milan have been working on several contract extensions lately. Alexis Saelemaekers, Rafael Leao and Ismael Bennacer are the next ones on Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara’s list.
Simon Kjaer has just put pen to paper on a new deal, while there are few chances Franck Kessié will do the same as Milan have been struggling to reach an agreement with the Ivorian star who sees his contract expire in June.
— calciomercato.com (@cmdotcom) October 30, 2021