AC Milan have set their minimum price to facilitate the exit of prized young goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, according to a report.
It has been well documented in the media over the past few months that the Rossoneri are approaching another crossroads regarding the future of Donnarumma, whose deal expires at the end of the 2020-21 season.
A number of outlets are reporting that Milan have no intentions of letting his deal go into the final year, so the 21-year-old must either renew before the summer or he will be sold so as to recoup a fee and at least help the health of the balance sheets.
Nicolo Schira recently reported that Real Madrid, Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain are all interested and have all tabled €8m-a-year deals to agent Mino Raiola, while Juventus have also been strongly linked.
According to what is being reported by Calciomercato.com though, Milan will not be held to ransom by his contract situation and have set their starting asking price.
The request by the Rossoneri leadership for their Primavera product is €50million, and they have no intentions of negotiating any lower than that.
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