Davide Calabria’s contract expires in 2022 and the two sides are negotiating.
Calabria had an excellent campaign in 2020/21, in which he helped the Rossoneri finish in 2nd place and qualify for the Champions League for the first time since the 2012/13 season.
Paolo Maldini has two tasks in mind for the summer break: bring new players to reinforce the squad of Stefano Pioli, and extend the contracts of some of the key players – but only under his conditions.
Talks with Gianluigi Donnarumma broke down and he will leave, while Milan are waiting for answers regarding their Hakan Çalhanoğlu offer. In the meantime, the Diavolo turned their attentions towards discussing the future of Calabria, who has his contract expiring on June 30, 2022.
According to Milannews.it and Gianluca Di Marzio of Sky among others, yesterday there was a meeting at Casa Milan between the Rossoneri directors and the agents of Davide, who currently only makes €1.1m per season. An agreement has not been found yet as Milan are offering Calabria a contract with lower figures compared to what he’s asking. The two sides will meet again in 10-14 days.
Di Marzio claims that Calabria wants a four-year contract, while Milan would like him to extend for five years. Updates are expected in the next week, but the desire of both sides is to stay.