Milan's Gianluigi Donnarumma has three months remaining on his current contract, and an extension is the current top priority for the club. There is a pause for reflection currently, after Milan's two offers were refused by the player.
Over recent months Milan has submitted to Raiola an offer for renewal of €6m net plus €1m for Champions League qualification. The second offer contained a two year intermediate extension, but not at the amount requested by Raiola for €12m net per season.
Raiola and Donnarumma wish to wait and see, to see if Milan are to make another offer after securing their qualification for the Champions League, and also to view the international market for the player to see what type of offers they could receive. They are currently stalling, currently most top clubs do not have a vacancy at the goalkeeping position.
Milan remains calm, secure in the important offer they have already submitted, which is in line with the current market. They remain hopeful that Donnarumma will read the situation and accept. But not for only one year, as Raiola has proposed. This option is not being considered by the rossoneri. Donnarumma wants to finally debut in the Champions League and play regularly, thus he is eyeing a short extension to see if Milan can be successful in constructing their team to continue to compete there. Raiola additionally has no issue relative to large commission fees requested by the agent, exactly because there have been no wages agreed to, so the argument holds no sway with the club.