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Milan down the star goalkeeper Donnarumma after high demands

Milan down the star goalkeeper Donnarumma after high demands

Milan sacrifices star Gianluigi Donnarumma’s goal because he and his agent Mino Raiola are demanding a very high wage. Fans welcome this decision.

The basics are in brief

  • Milan will not extend his contract with the superstar Donnarumma.
  • The club ditches high transfer yields but is setting an example.
  • Alternatively, the Italians signed French goalkeeper Mike Minnan.

The message makes you sit back and pay attention. Lille goalkeeper Mike Minyan, 26, completed his medical exams in Milan on Tuesday. The Frenchman has signed a five-year contract with Milan, the value of which is around 3 million Franken It must be fetched every year.

Milan and the goalkeeper? There was something?

Until recently, Gigio Donnarumma (22) stood among the positions of the Rossoneri. The 1.96-meter-tall giant is considered the talent of the century and made his debut when he was 16 years old in League. With his contract in Lombardy, a Milan fan from southern Italy made a dream come true at the time. At the age of 22 he already played more than 250 matches at the Italian highest level League Completed.

But the AC Milan fan and his dream career – the star’s goal tracks and his heart path go separately. The reason: Donnarumma’s demands for exorbitant wages and his advisor, Mino Raiola (53).

The club offered nearly 9 million Franken It is annually rated very low. The longtime regular goalkeeper and his famous advisor wanted 10 to 12 million euro in the year. Additionally, Raiola wanted a commission of 15 million to extend the contract euro.

Milan is not playing along – and is receiving praise from the crowd

With the contract running out, Donnarumma and Raiola played for a while. If the contract is not renewed, Milan will not get anything and will have a potential transfer proceeds of 60 million (!) Franken A stroke on the leg. But the demands were very impudent – the club management did not play around the sporting director and club legend Paolo Maldini.

Is Milan doing the right thing?

“There has never been anything like this before,” says Italian journalist Luca Marchetti from Sky. “It could be a sign that something is changing in the football field as a result of it.”

Fans sided with AC Milan and congratulated the club management for not allowing themselves to be blackmailed. And: on the Internetvote For 20,000 votes, 96 percent voted against Donnarumma!

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