Milan have reportedly offered Gianluigi Donnarumma a new deal worth €8m but have started to look around for possible replacements too.
La Gazzetta dello Sport reports the Rossoneri have started to study the market for a new goalkeeper, should Donnarumma decline their latest offer.
With only three months left on the Italy international’s deal at San Siro, the newspaper reveals Milan are willing to increase Donnarumma’s salary from €6m to €8m a season, but agent Mino Raiola has yet to reply the managers.
Rumours about interest from Paris Saint-Germain doesn’t worry the Diavolo, as the report says Milan and Donnarumma have agreed to not make any other deals in the meantime.
A new meeting between technical director Paolo Maldini, sporting director Frederic Massara and agent Raiola is expected in the next few days.
Milan hope to convince Donnarumma to renew, as they are closing in on a return to the Champions League.
However, June 30 is getting closer and closer and the club has started to look for possible replacements, should the youngster decide to move on.
La Gazzetta dello Sport mentions Mike Maignan of LOSC Lille, Juan Musso of Udinese and Pierluigi Gollini of Atalanta as possible replacements, but the priority remains to extend with Donnarumma.