Liverpool have rejected AC Milan’s asking price for star goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, according to the latest reports.
With financial uncertainties surrounding Milan, such as UEFA’s rejection of their settlement proposal with regards to refinancing the club’s debt, the Rossoneri have been tipped to sell their prised young asset.
Donnarumma has been linked with a move to both Liverpool and Paris Saint-Germain after a breakdown in the relationship between him, his agent Mino Raiola and the Milan fans.
Recent reports have however suggested that Donnarumma wants to stay at Milan and win supporters over, but Raiola has been offering his client to different clubs.
He has reportedly held talks with Liverpool over a move to Anfield, but the Reds have baulked at the Rossoneri’s €50-60million asking price, Calciomercato claim.
Raiola’s plan was to send the 19-year old to PSG, but the French side are now close to getting Juventus legend Gianluigi Buffon.
The report goes on to claim that the Parisians would have only offered €40m for Donnarumma anyway, and that Liverpool are still interested, but only if the price is reduced.