It appears as though Antonio Donnarumma’s adventure with AC Milan is destined to end after four years, according to a report.
The Rossoneri must resolve the situation regarding Gigio sooner rather than later given that his contract is set to expire in under 80 days, though there is another side issue as Antonio’s deal will also run out on the same date.
He joined from Greece back in 2017 when his younger brother renewed his contract, arriving as part of the agreement and being the third-choice goalkeeper for pretty much the entire duration of his stay at Milan.
According to the latest from La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanLive), the situation pretty much appears to have already been decided upon. While there has been talk of a new three-year deal for him – which would see Mirante arrive and the farewell of Tatarusanu – it now seems as though Antonio is destined to leave.
According to the paper, Milan ‘have never talked about his renewal’, so he is practically guaranteed to depart the club on a free transfer in May.