AC Milan is actively working on securing goalkeeper Mike Maignan a new contract, especially in light of interest from Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain, as reported by Calciomercato.
Discussions between the club and the 26-year-old’s representatives are scheduled for later this month.
AC Milan intends to propose a fresh five-year contract that would see Maignan’s annual salary double from €2.8 million to €5.6 million.
The French international reportedly aims to secure a contract on par with some of Europe’s elite goalkeepers, such as Thibaut Courtois of Real Madrid and Marc-André ter Stegen of Barcelona, which could potentially mean a request for an annual figure closer to €7 million.
Maignan’s primary preference is to continue with the Serie A club, but Chelsea and PSG are keeping tabs on the situation and could explore potential moves if there’s no substantial progress following the initial discussions.