Milan are reportedly open to increasing their offer to extend the contract of Gigio Donnarumma while Mino Raiola wants a new €30m clause included in the new deal of the goalkeeper.
The current agreement of the 21-year-old with the Diavoli expires at the end of the season and the Rossoneri do not want to see him leave as a free agent.
According to Il Corriere della Sera, Milan are ready to offer up to €7-8m a year to convince the player to extend his stay at the club.
Donnarumma is currently on a €6m-a-year deal at the Stadio Giuseppe Mezza.
The same report states the player’s agent Mino Raiola wants a new €30m clause to be included in Donnarumma’s new contract.
A fee that would be too low for Milan but that would allow Donnarumma to leavea should the Rossoneri fail to play Champions League football in the coming seasons.
Milan are also in talks to extend the contract of Hakan Calhanoglu but according to several reports in Italy it won't be easy to reach an agreement with the Turkey International.