Gianluigi Donnarumma rejected a mammoth £220,000-a-week deal with French side Paris Saint-Germain to stay at AC Milan.
The Italian keeper was also offered a MANSION and a luxury car in order to tempt him to the French capital, reports Spanish football site Futbol AS.
But their efforts appear to be in vain. SunSport reported this morning how the 18-year-old has agreed to a five-year deal with Milan.
The deal involves a buyout clause of £88million. That enormous figure – dependent upon Champions League participation – is designed to fend off interest from Real Madrid.
The teen sensation, a target for Man United earlier this summer, has a second buyout clause in his new contract.
If Milan do not make Europe’s top competition then he can go for £44m.
Earlier this month, Donnarumma’s agent Mino Raiola put the youngster’s future at the club in doubt by claiming the shot-stopper had been “bullied” by the side.
But now it appears a resolution has been found with Donnarumma pledging his future to manager Vincenzo Montella
Donnarumma’s current contract runs until 2018 but he is set for an extended stay in Serie A with this latest big money offer.
It is believed all parties interested are happy with the terms and that the Italy keeper will put pen to paper imminently.
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