Mino Raiola has claimed he has a € 10million salary contract on the table for AC Milan’s Gianluigi Donnarumma, whom Juventus would be keen to sign.
The 22-year-old is without a contract at the end of the season and has been cleared to speak to clubs outside Italy since entering into the final six months of his playing contract earlier in the year .
The Old Lady has become strong contenders for the Milan star, who has long been seen as Gigi Buffon’s long-term replacement for his country, but may well have the chance to follow in his footsteps at club level as well.
He may well have the chance to train with his senior counterpart as well, should the club extend his stay beyond the summer as well.
Mino Raiola’s recent comments seem to suggest that Juventus and AC Milan may not be the goalkeeper’s club beyond the summer, as he has reportedly made it clear to Gazzetta (via AllJuve) that a club has already made an offer worth 10 million euros per season, which is 2 million more than what the Rossoneri have offered.