Young Italian goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma is believed to have determined his future at AC Milan. It was said that the player was confident that he would stay at the San Siro.
Previously, it should be noted that Donnarumma still has the remaining contract at AC Milan until the summer transfer market in 2021.
According to Bossman’s rules, Donnarumma should have been able to hold negotiations with other clubs interested in his services to reach a pre-contract agreement.
But of course, AC Milan on the one hand do not want to lose Donnaruma, for which reason the Rossoneri are already trying to offer a new contract for the 22-year-old goalkeeper.
Unfortunately, until now the new contract negotiations are still at a standstill, it is believed that Donnarumma wants a salary increase in his new contract, besides that the player is also reluctant to have a long-term contract.
Obviously this makes AC Milan fans feel anxious, but the news that was heard recently said that Donnarumma has actually made a decision regarding his future, where he is determined to stay at the San Siro.
The news was reported by La Stampa. Donnarumma is also said to have expressed his intention to the transfer agent, Mino Raiola.
“I stay at Milan, take care of the formalities,” said the Italian national team goalkeeper to Raiola, as claimed by La Stampa.
Still from the same report, Donnarumma is said to have revealed his plan to stay with the club, even before conveying it to Raiola.
Previously, there were many parties who suggested that Donnarumma stay at AC Milan, even if he could hang up his shoes to follow in the footsteps of club legend, Paolo Maldini.
“Donnarumma spoke with me a few years ago and now I give him the same advice as a few years ago: He has to stay. He is young and can be a captain in the future, even a one-club man like the new Paolo Maldini.”
“Milan are an ambitious team, the results will come soon, so if I were in his position I would think a thousand times before leaving,” said former Inter Milan goalkeeper Sebastian Frey to La Gazzetta dello Sport.