AC Milan will consider selling Gianluigi Donnarumma to Paris Saint-Germain this summer but only for a hefty fee, a report claims.
The 20-year-old goalkeeper was strongly linked with a move to the French capital earlier in the summer, but speculation went quiet.
Despite this, PSG’s sale of Kevin Trapp to Eintracht Frankfurt has kicked off the saga once again, with suggestions that Leonardo wants to sign Donnarumma as his replacement.
It was claimed that Donnarumma is not considered unsellable by Milan and that a valuation of at least €50m has been placed on his head.
Reports from Sky Italia on Tuesday then claimed that Milan have decided not to sell their prized young shotstopper, along with playmaker Suso.
However, il Corriere della Sera report on Wednesday that he is not considered completely unsellable, but it will take an offer of €60million for Milan to consider selling.
Boban rates Donnarumma as one of the top three goalkeepers in the world, and he will not let go for anything less than the figure stated.
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