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Gianluigi Donnarumma to remain and expand his contract with Milan

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Gianluigi Donnarumma is quick to remain with Milan and expand his contract which will entail a release clause of 60 million euros.

According to the newspaper Corriere Della Sera, talks with agent Mino Raiola are working out in a good way as neither one of the sides wants to establish a split at the present time.

This is because the goalkeeper wants to show faith in the Rossoneri while clubs, for example, Juventus, Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain or Manchester United don’t have the offers he ‘d had in the past.

Since the COVID-19 emergency, selling streams would fall this summer, both may agree to stretch out their deal just to 2023 or 2024.

In like manner, the salary will be maintained because of performance-related rewards, and a base of € 5 million or €5.5 million with add-ons will surpass its present € 6 million for each annum.

MilanNews.it also brings up the chance of presenting a release clause of €60 million that would be valid just if Milan failed to qualify for the Champions League.

Since Donnarumma was an item for the adolescent sector, his selling would bring the Rossoneri greater advantage.

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