According to reports in Italy, Milan have offered Gigio Donnarumma a new €7.5m-a-year deal for five years, but Mino Raiola wants a two-year contract.
The Italian agent spoke about the future of the 21-year-old today.
“You must leave Gigio alone, because he is trying to achieve something very important for Milan and for his career,” Raiola said.
“The rest will be done secretly, without letting you know anything, it’s like this and it will always be like this.”
Donnarumma’s €6m-a-year contract expires at the end of the campaign and according to La Gazzetta dello Sport and Calciomercato.com, the Rossoneri have already offered the Italy international a new €7.5m-a-year contract for the next five seasons.
Raiola, however, is reportedly not interested in signing such a long-term deal with the Rossoneri and has informed the club he wants to sign a contract extension for the next two years only.
As per Calciomercato.com, Milan are currently not open to accepting the agent’s conditions as, if they do so, they would be forced to negotiate the player’s contract extension again in 2022.