AC Milan had the joint-best defence in Serie A during their Scudetto winning campaign and the management are at work to ensure it stays resilient.
As our colleagues at SempreMilan.it report, there was a meeting between the Milan directors and Pierre Kalulu’s agents yesterday at Casa Milan during which the parties discussed the renewal of the French centre-back, who has become an immovable starter alongside Fikayo Tomori in the starting line-up.
It was a positive meeting that will require further discussions but an agreement seems close over an extension until 2026 with a salary that will be almost tripled compared to the €600k net per season he currently receives.
The Rossoneri’s offer is around €1.5m plus bonuses to the 21-year-old, as a reward for his performances this season and the way he has shown himself to be a fundamental part of the project, even taking the place of Alessio Romagnoli.
Speaking of Romagnoli, we are just over a month from the expiry of the Milan captain’s contract and although Lazio continue to follow him closely, the offers they have tabled so far have not yet convinced him and his entourage.
At present, the hypothesis of a renewal at reduced figures compared to the €5.5m net he currently earns cannot be ruled out.