Raiola denies Donnarumma threat from AC Milan ahead of contract talks

Raiola denies Donnarumma threat from AC Milan ahead of contract talks

A rumour came out saying that Donnarumma will not be playing for Ac milan, the rumour was debunked by his agent.
AC Milan have not threatened to leave Gianluigi
Donnarumma in the stands if he does not sign a
new contract in the coming weeks, insists agent
Mino Raiola.
Reports in Italy have claimed that the 18-year-old
goalkeeper will be omitted from the first team for
all of next season if he does not agree to a new
deal before June 30.
Donnarumma, who has a year left on his contract,
has been linked with a possible €75million move to
Manchester United, with manager Jose Mourinho
reportedly keen to sign him if David de Gea joins
Real Madrid.
The Italy international stated in March that he
hopes to stay at San Siro, but a lack of a
breakthrough in talks with the club has left his
future far from certain.
Raiola, however, has made it clear that
Donnarumma's plans are likely to be settled after
the international matches early next month.
"Nobody said Gigio doesn't want to renew with
Milan," Raiola told Radio Deejay.
"I don't think Milan's directors said any such thing
[about banishing him to the stands]. I think people
are just trying to create a war between Milan and
me.
"After the internationals, Gigio will go on holiday
and then we'll see what happens. We're talking to
Milan. We'll see.
"We will evaluate certain things and there will be
other matters to assess, too. I'm not taking anyone
away on a free transfer."
Donnarumma was not included in the youthful Italy
squad for the friendly with San Marino next
Wednesday, but it is expected that he will be called
up by Giampiero Ventura for the match with
Uruguay on June 7 and World Cup qualifier against
Liechtenstein four days later.

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