Mino Raiola 'wants £35m transfer release clause put in Donnarumma's new AC Milan deal with just two-year length'

GIANLUIGI DONNARUMMA's AC Milan contract extension could be in doubt due to the demands of his agent Mino Raiola, according to reports.

The 21-year-old has six months left on his Milan deal but he has reiterated his desire to stay with his boyhood club beyond this summer.

However, super-agent Mino Raiola, who also represents Donnarumma's teammate Zlatan Ibrahimovic, has thrown a cat amongst the Milanese pigeons with his latest set of demands.

Milan have offered Donnarumma a five-year deal worth £6.5million-a-year which will make him one of the best-paid goalkeepers in world football.

However, Gazzetta dello Sport reports Raiola wants to include a £35million release clause in the contract in case Milan do not qualify for the Champions League.

Additionally, Raiola wants the length of the contract to be reduced to two years, so he can renegotiate the £6.5m-a-year wage packet offered by Milan in 2023.

Raiola had been keen to secure the Italy international around £9m per season to put him in the same bracket as Atletico Madrid keeper Jan Oblak and Manchester United's David De Gea.

Donnarumma currently earns £5.5m-a-year at the San Siro.

The uncertainty surrounding Donnarumma's future has attracted attention from the likes of Juventus, Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain.

But Donnarumma has previously stated he intends to repay Milan's faith in him by staying put; the club handed him his first-team debut aged just 16.

Donnarumma, who turns 22 on February 25, made his 200th appearance for the Rossoneri in Sunday's Milan derby.

It is not the first time Raiola has caused a stir at a major European club this season.

Raiola angered Manchester United fans and media in December by talking up a move away from Old Trafford for his client Paul Pogba.

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