Former AC Milan and current PSG director Leonardo is ready to sell Neymar in order to fund a move for Gianluigi Donnarumma, reports in Spain claim.
Earlier in the summer it was suggested by the media that Donnarumma could be the first player sacrificed by the new leadership in order to raise funds for the mercato.
However, despite interest from PSG and Manchester United, it then emerged that the 20-year-old is set stay with the Rossoneri and be one of the first names on Marco Giampaolo’s team sheet.
Alessandro Plizzari has left on loan to Livorno, and it was claimed that the move is indirect confirmation that Donnarumma will not leave the club, unless there are any shock twists or surprises.
Just as it seemed interest from PSG had cooled for good, Spanish outlet Mundo Deportivo now suggest that he is once again one of their major targets.
If the Parisians were to succeed in selling Neymar – most likely back to Barcelona – then Leonardo will use those funds to try and sign two Serie A stars: Donnarumma and Juve’s Paulo Dybala.
Reports have stated that the Milan youth product is valued at over €50million, while it has also been reported that his renewal has become a priority for Milan as they cannot afford for the Italy international to run down his deal and decrease his transfer value.