The Rossoneri’s contract talks with Gigio Donnarumma are allegedly hampered by Mino Raiola’s demands.
The Italy international is yet to sign a new contract with the Rossoneri, and his latest contract is set to expire this year.
According to MilanNews, the Rossoneri have given the goalkeeper €8 million a season, plus incentives, for five years.
A large offer from Diavolo and La Gazzetta Dello Sport announced that they are unable to increase their offer, especially during COVID-19.
However, agent Raiola demands €10 million, a release clause, and a shorter term, and Calciomercato journalist Daniele Longo says that the large commission demanded by the agent is one of the issues to be resolved.
Milan is trying to find a solution, but according to the article, the problem is less straightforward than it was a few months earlier.