AC Milan would only considering selling Gianluigi Donnarumma if an offer over a certain amount arrives, a report claims.
Just as the saga appeared to have been put to bed for the summer, the sale of Kevin Trapp to Eintracht Frankfurt has sparked fresh speculation that PSG could go back in for Donnarumma.
Widespread reports had claimed that Donnarumma is not considered unsellable by Milan and that a valuation of at least €50m has been placed on his head.
However, it then emerged from Sky Italia on Tuesday that Milan have no intentions of selling either their prized young goalkeeper or Suso as both are critical to the project.
Despite this, il Corriere della Sera (via MilanNews.it) have a slightly different take on the situation, stating that Donnarumma is not completely unsellable.
However, the Rossoneri would only consider selling the 20-year-old if ‘indecent offer’ of at least €60million arrives from the Parisians.