Milan have reportedly held a meeting with Gianluigi Donnarumma’s agents to discuss a contract renewal.
The goalkeeper, who turned 17 recently, has usurped the experienced Diego Lopez in the Rossoneri goal this season.
Gazzetta dello Sport reports today that Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani met with Donnarumma’s representatives Mino and Enzo Raiola on Tuesday.
The newspaper writes that the club reassured the agents during this meeting that they want to tie down Donnarumma on a long-term deal.
However, the San Siro club cannot offer the goalkeeper a deal of more than three years until he has turned 18.
Donnarumma will therefore sign a new deal until 2019 until he comes of age next year, when a five-year contract will be waiting for him.
Gazzetta believes that the youngster’s representatives will ask for a salary of €1m per season plus bonuses.