AC Milan may make an attempt to sign Udinese goalkeeper Juan Musso if it seems like Gianluigi Donnarumma will leave, a report claims.
Donnarumma is of course a huge part of the current Rossoneri line-up and has been since his big breakthrough under Sinisa Mihajlovic.
However, he is entering a crucial stage in his future once again, with his €6m-a-year contract set to expire in 2021 and with Milan having no intentions of letting the deal enter its final year.
MilanNews.it reported this morning that the Rossoneri intend to lock him down for a long time, revisiting the contract matter soon.
However, recent reports from Calciomercato.com have stated that a meeting with Mino Raiola has not yet been pencilled in, and that Alessio Cragno is already being looked at as a ‘just in case’ option.
According to Calciomercato.it, both Milan and rivals Inter currently have an eye on Udinese stopper Juan Musso.
The Nerazzurri also have an established starter at the moment in Samir Handanovic, however he is 35 years old and as such his long-term replacement has become an issue.
Musso, 25, arrived at the Friuli from Racing Club in Argentina last summer and has kept two clean sheets in five Serie A games this season – including against Milan in round one – as well as nine clean sheets in 35 appearances overall.
He was also capped by Argentina at international level for the first time in March this year.