Gianluigi Donnarumma is eager to remain with Milan and extend his contract, but could include a release clause worth €60m.
According to the Corriere della Sera newspaper, negotiations with agent Mino Raiola are progressing well, as neither party wants to create a split right now.
This is because the goalkeeper wants to show faith in the Rossoneri, while there aren’t the offers that he had in the past from clubs like Juventus, Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain or Manchester United.
Because transfer prices will plummet this summer due to the COVID-19 crisis, they could both agree to extend his contract only as far as 2023 or 2024.
Similarly, the salary would be maintained thanks to performance-related bonuses, so a basis of €5m or €5.5m with add-ons to reach his current €6m per year wage.
MilanNews.it also point out the possibility of introducing a release clause worth €60m that would be valid only if Milan fail to qualify for the Champions League.
As Donnarumma was a youth product, his sale would generate a larger profit for the Rossoneri.
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