Theo Hernandez is set to skip Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain and sign a new long-term contract with AC Milan.
According to reportsHernandez, 24, is eager to extend his stay at the San Siro and is on the verge of agreeing to a new deal, with a big pay increase.
The Frenchman joined the Rossoneri on a deal worth around £17m in 2019 and has been a key player for them ever since, making 91 appearances in all competitions.
And although his contract is not so Scheduled to expire in 2024His impressive form in Serie A has attracted the interest of several major clubs in Europe, including City and Paris Saint-Germain.
Milan It is said ready To double Hernandez’s current salary by around £25,000-a-week to keep him at the club, but the player keeps around £65,000-a-week.
They also hope to extend his contract until 2026, giving Milan enormous negotiating power if City or Paris Saint-Germain decide to step up their quest and make an official offer for the player.
Despite not participating in Euro 2020, Hernandez won his first call-up for France in September and played 90 minutes in the 2-0 win over Finland.
Both of France’s Nations League matches began earlier this month, playing the left-back role in their victories over Belgium and Spain.
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Hernandez started alongside his brother Lucas for the first time in a competitive match in France’s win over Belgium, in which he scored a dramatic last-minute win.
The two brothers came through the Atletico Madrid academy together before Theo moved to local rivals Real for £20m, and Lucas joined Bayern Munich for a Bundesliga-record £72m fee in 2019.
Theo Hernandez had a great start to the season with Milan, who are currently second in Serie A, narrowly ahead of Napoli on goal difference.
Both teams have won nine matches and drawn one of their first ten matches, seven points behind last season’s champions the Rossoneri and local rival Inter.
Although the seven-time Champions League winners have suffered a horrific start to life once again in the European club competition, having lost all three of their group matches so far.
They are back in the Champions League this season for the first time since 2013-2014, but have lost all three of their matches so far, including a 3-2 loss to Liverpool last month.
Despite this, Hernandez has already scored one goal and made three assists in ten games so far this season, as he has been playing as a left-back.
The full-back is hoping to break his record of eight goals and eight assists in 46 games last season, to help Milan finish second in the league, their best position since 2011-12.
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