Milan may sell Rafael Leao in the summer transfer window if the Rossoneri don’t manage to sign him to a new agreement at the club, according to Calciomercato.
AC Milan will utilize the international break to continue discussions with the Portuguese international’s representation, and the player is ready to stay, but there is a significant financial discrepancy between the financial package provided by Milan and the one desired by Leao and his entourage.
Milan proposed a set pay of €6m (£5.3m) every season, plus bonuses, bringing the total to €7m (£6.1m), but Leao wants a fixed wage of €7.5m (£6.6m), and time is running out for the Rossoneri to negotiate a renewal.
Two crucial points will get in talk over at the next meeting between the two sides. The first is the scheme wage, and the second is Sporting’s payment of a €15 million (£13.2 million) fine. Leao anticipates major aid from Milan in the shape of a signing bonus but at the moment there are no openings to this sort of solution from the Rossoneri.
If no choice is will become an outcome, Leao will leave Milan in the summer since the Rossoneri do not want to lose him for free in 2024.