The situation regarding the future of Gianluigi Donnarumma hinges on the result on Sunday, according to a report.
According to Calciomercato.com, the first meetings have already been staged to outline the strategy for the reopening of the summer transfer window. There are two distinct plans depending on whether or the club will participate in the next Champions League.
The first problem to be solved is that related to the renewal of Donnarumma, and with the passing of days the pessimism of the management has increased. The management however have protected themselves in the event he leaves by securing Mike Maignan of Lille as his replacement.
With a victory this Sunday in Bergamo and therefore a return to the Champions League, the 22-year-old Italy goalkeeper could take a step forward towards the club by accepting the latest offer of a two-year deal with a release clause at €30-35m, depending on what agent Mino Raiola has in mind.