Gianluigi Donnarumma's future at Milan may be in jeopardy after discussions over his contract have led to the goalkeeper potentially seeking a way out of San Siro.

His agent Mino Raiola has revealed that the club have been unwilling to meet Donnarumma's wage demands, something that has seen a great deal of anger aimed towards the shot-stopper's representative.

The stories emerged following Donnarumma's impressive display in the Rossoneri's 1-0 victory over Brescia on Friday night, a result which has lifted Milan in to sixth in Serie A.

But according to ​Calciomercato, the 20-year-old may look for a way out of the club should Milan choose not to offer him a bumper new deal.

​Donnarumma is currently contracted with the Milan until 2021, but if the two parties can't agree on terms before the summer transfer window, the goalkeeper will be forced to look for a move elsewhere.

The Rossoneri want to extend Donnarumma's deal and have offered the Italian €6m-a-year, a salary that matches his current contract at the club. However, the ​Milan stopper wants an improved deal up to, or surpassing, €7m-a-year.

Milan will be desperate to keep hold of the highly-rated youngster who has been a revelation since emerging as a 16-year-old in Italy. Donnarumma has started all but one game this season in ​Serie A and would fetch a rather sizeable transfer fee should he choose to depart San Siro.

Mino Raiola,Carmine Raiola

Raiola also took some pretty large swipes at the Milan hierarchy recently, claiming that the club are currently far from the team that Paolo Maldini and Zvonimir Boban want to assemble. The agent also took fire at the owners, claiming Elliott Management should sell the club if this is 'the Milan' they envisage.