With everything pointing towards a Milan exit, it appears that Gianluigi Donnarumma does not have a wealth of options to choose from regarding his next club.
According to Calciomercat.com, what filters from Mino Raiola’s environment is that there is interest from Juventus as well as abroad, but the situations all seem to be blocked because PSG have renewed Keylor Navas, Barcelona intend to bet on Ter Stegen and Manchester United cannot unravel the situation of David De Gea knot.
Juve are there regardless and are ready to give Donnarumma €10m net per season plus bonuses, with commissions for Raiola between the €15-20m mark, plus even the hypothesis of an a place in the Under 23 side for Antonio Donnarumma. Gigio himself is now starting to be in a hurry to define his future before the European Championships, but Juve must first sell Wojciech Szczesny.
The Polish goalkeeper earns more than €7m net per season and must leave to make room for Donnarumma, but he has already said no Borussia Dortmund and the Bianconeri are waiting to understand if Arsenal or Manchester United will come forward.