Gianluigi Donnarumma is keen to remain with Milan and extend his deal, which may require a €60 million release clause.
points out the possibility of a €60-million release clause being introduced that would only be valid if Milan failed to qualify for the Champions League.
Similarly, due to performance-related incentives, the wage would be retained, and a base of € 5 m or €5.5 m with add-ons would exceed its present €6 m per annum.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, transferring prices will plummet this summer, they could both agree to extend their contract only to 2023 or 2024.
If nonetheless Donnarumma gets this price, then, since he was a commodity for youth product, his sale would create a greater profit for the Rossoneri.
Negotiations with his agent Mino Raiola are progressing well, according to the newspaper, as neither party wants to create a split right now.
This is because the goalkeeper wants to show faith in the Rossoneri while clubs like Juventus, Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain or Manchester United don’t have the offers he had in the past.