AC Milan have set their asking price once again for Gianluigi Donnarumma amid renewed interest from PSG, a report claims.
PSG were strongly linked with a move for Donnarumma earlier in the summer, but rumours have restarted in the last couple of days suggesting that PSG are back in for the 20-year-old.
Kevin Trapp’s recent move to Eintracht Frankfurt means the Ligue 1 giants they are in the market for a new stopper once again, and former Milan director Leonardo appears to be targeting a raid on his former club.
A sensational report on Thursday afternoon suggested that Milan could sell Donnarumma for a fee of €60million in order to fund moves for Madrid-based duo Angel Correa and Luka Modric.
However, La Gazzetta dello Sport provide an update on the situation in the Friday edition of their paper.
Their report confirms that the Parisians are first looking to sell Neymar – either to Real Madrid or more likely Barcelona – because of Milan’s asking price.
Paolo Maldini and the rest of the hierarchy are clear in their demands: they need an offer of €50million in cash (no players included) in order to even begin negotiations.
The player, for his part, is understood to be against a move to the French capital as he wishes to stay with his boyhood club.