AC Milan may be further disappointed in the Gigi Donnarumma drama.
The Rossoneri announced last night that the 18-year-old teenage prodigy would not renew his deal – which is set to expire next year – but may not make more than €30million from an eventual sale.
The Manchester United, Real Madrid, PSG and Juventus target has been involved in contract negotiations with the San Siro side for weeks, with a recent five-year, €25m wage offer being turned down by the teenager and agent Mino Raiola.
With Donnarumma set to leave for free next summer, Gianluca Di Marzio estimates that the Rossoneri may not be able to get the €40-50million repeatedly mentioned in relation to the goalkeeper, but only €30million.
Real Madrid are looking to get rid of Keylor Navas, while PSG are not satisfied with Kevin Trapp.
While Manchester United look like they’re holding on to David De Gea, they’re also closely monitoring the situation.