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At AC Milan, the next contract extension of a top performer is imminent: Ismael Bennacer will commit himself to the Rossoneri in the long term.

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At AC Milan, the next contract extension of a top performer is imminent: Ismael Bennacer will commit himself to the Rossoneri in the long term.

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In recent months, Milan have been able to convince , Tonali and several regular players to extend their contracts – players from the second row such as Rade Krunic and Tommaso Pobega have also signed new working papers. The next player to make a long-term commitment to the Italian champions is Ismael Bennacer.

The Algerian midfielder’s current contract runs until 2024, which is why those responsible for Paolo Maldini would do well to clarify the personnel situation now. As the Gazzetta dello Sport reports, there is broad agreement between the two parties to extend the contract until 2027 – the last details are to be clarified during the World Cup break, which is why Milan are confident that Bennacer’s ink will dry before the end of the year.

In the course of the extension, the 24-year-old can also look forward to a decent salary increase: his salary is to be increased from 1.5 million euros to four million euros plus bonuses (net figures).

After Bennacer’s extension, only one major construction site remained for Maldini: Rafael Leao’s contract also ends in 2024. The Portuguese star has long since played his way into the notepads of other top clubs – without an early extension, there could be a change in 2023. However, the Rossoneri are working flat out to convince Leao to stay in the fashion metropolis.

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This article was originally published on 90min.com/de as.

Source: Stern

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