Paris Saint-Germain are persisting with their attempts to sign Gianluigi Donnarumma but a renewal at Milan cannot be ruled out, a report claims.
The saga surrounding the 20-year-old appeared to be over after strong links with a move to France earlier in the summer, but rumours have resumed in the last few days.
This is in large part down to Kevin Trapp’s recent move to Eintracht Frankfurt – which has meant that the Ligue 1 giants are in the market for a new stopper once again.
Former Milan director Leonardo appears to be targeting a raid on his former club for Donnarumma, though it has been suggested that a sale of Neymar would be needed to fund it.
Reports over the last few days have stated that Milan’s asking price is at least €50million in cash with no counterparts, and La Gazzetta dello Sport have provided an update on the situation.
Their report states that Milan do not want to sell Donnarumma, but if a ‘very important’ offer arrives from PSG then the situation could change.
Once again it is claimed that the asking price has been set at €50million, but the club do not want to let a great talent like Gigio walk away.
In the event that he should remain with Milan beyond the summer, the renewal issue will once again present itself.
His current deal runs out in 2021, and the leadership are not keen on the idea of him starting the 2020-2021 season with less than a year left on it.
Before thinking of a possible extension, interest from PSG must first be fought off, the paper concludes.