Mino Raiola’s expectations are said to be complicating Rossoneri’s contract negotiations with Gigio Donnarumma.
The Italy international is yet to sign a new contract with the Rossoneri, and his current one expires this season.
The Rossoneri also bid the goalkeeper €8 million a season, plus incentives, for five years, according to MilanNews.
Diavolo made a large bid, and La Gazzetta Dello Sport reported that they are unable to increase their offer, especially during COVID-19.
However, agent Raiola wants €10 million, a termination clause, and a shorter contract, and Calciomercato journalist Daniele Longo claims that one of the problems to be resolved is the big commission requested by the agent.
Milan is attempting to find a solution, but the matter is more complicated than it was a few months earlier, according to the article.