Mino Raiola has reportedly informed Milan he has received proposals worth €10m-a-year for Gianluigi Donnarumma, but the club are not willing to increase their offer.
The 22-year-old will see his €6m-a-year contract expire at the end of the season and Milan have offered him a new €8m-a-year deal.
La Gazzetta dello Sport newspaper confirms that the Rossoneri will not increase their offer even if Raiola has warned the club he has received proposals worth €10m-a-year.
According to a previous report of Il Corriere dello Sport, that’s the salary that Juventus have put on the table to sign the Italy international as a free agent in the summer.
Even with a top-four finish, Milan won’t raise their offer for the goalkeeper.
Donnarumma told Milan ultras on Sunday he hadn’t reached an agreement with the Old Lady and insisted he wants to stay at Milan.
The 22-year-old met a group of ultras on Saturday morning, hours before the home clash against Benevento.
According to several reports, they urged him to sign a contract extension to avoid sitting out the Juventus clash next Sunday.
Milan’s technical director Paolo Maldini has reacted, saying any decision related to the pitch and the contract renewals are down to Stefano Pioli’s staff and the club.
He’s also added that new contract talks have been put on hold until the end of the season.