Milan want Maignan for a longtime


Milan are reportedly preparing to offer goalkeeper Mike Maignan a long-term contract extension after impressing between the posts for the Rossoneri since his arrival from Lille in 2021.

Maignan was crucial in Milan’s 2021/22 Scudetto-winning campaign under Stefano Pioli and despite missing a large part of the current campaign through injury, has proven his worth to the team since his return in February.

Since then, the 27-year-old has been extremely consistent and with an average rating of 6.35 in the 21 Serie A games he has played this season, he has been Milan’s most-rated player, followed by Sandro Tonali and Ismael Bennacer.


According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Reds hope to reward the Frenchman with a new deal that runs until the summer of 2028, which would be the club’s longest contract.

Maignan’s new deal will also come with a huge increase in his annual salary, which is expected to rise by at least 30 percent from the 2.8 million a season he currently earns to around four million euros.

After the official end of the season, Milan is ready to start negotiations with the player’s representatives and confirm the renewal of the contract.