Towards the end of October, Calciomercato explained Manchester City’s ‘pressure’ forced AC Milan to intensify talks with Theo Hernandez over a new contract.
Apart from the Citizens, Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain have been in the picture to sign the left-back. Earlier this month, the same website explained the 24-year-old has received ‘super requests’ from City, the Blues and the Ligue 1 side.
A latest report from Calciomercato now claim the 24-year-old received offers from abroad, ‘especially from Manchester City, Chelsea and PSG’.
However, the defender has ‘never really taken into consideration’ offers from City, Chelsea or PSG, as ‘his head has always remained focused’ on the Rossoneri.
The two parties move ‘forward together’ as they are close to reaching an agreement for a new deal until 2026, with an option to further extend by a year. Hernandez will earn €4m per year, after tax, and they are working to define the bonuses related to the new salary.
It’s said the ‘bureaucratic component’ of the renewal will be dealt in the coming weeks, when the player’s agent arrives in Italy. Milan chief Paolo Maldini has been vital in helping the Serie A side make progress in securing the Frenchman’s long-term future.
This should end any City, Chelsea and PSG hope of taking Hernandez away from the San Siro.