With plenty of cash becoming available in January to the Rossoneri, there is no doubt some reinforcements will be arriving in the winter transfer window.
According to Calciomercato.com, there are continued talks of renewing the contracts of both goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma and midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura.
Both Bonaventura and Donnarumma have been very impressive so far this season and both have rightfully earned call ups to the nazionale respectively.
Both players are represented by powerhouse agent Mino Raiola and are due for a big pay day. Donnarumma will be turning 18 years old on the 25th of February and it is said that Milan wish to have a new contract in place by that date.
However, Raiola has received many offers already for the young Italian and has asked for more than 2 million euro per season, which as of now is Milan’s latest offer.
The same goes for Raiola’s other client ‘Jack’ Bonaventura. The former Atalanta man has been dominant for Milan this season and has notched two goals and two assists for the club in eleven games this season. However, he has yet to find an agreement with the diavoli who have reportedly also offered a 2 million euro salary per season. Bonaventura’s current deal extends to 2019, however Raiola is pushing for an improved contract for his client.
Both Bonaventura and Donnarumma have made it clear that they wish to stay at the San Siro for many years to come. It looks as if Milan will have to show their stars some increased offers if they hope to keep the two Italians around for seasons to come.