The negotiations for the AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma will be long and complex, if he is to leave at all.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the club are not in a rush to close the sale of their prized young asset. According to the Italian based paper, the cost of the player starts at €50million, and there is no going down from that price.
There are two different directions that the player could go to. One is to League 1 champions PSG, who are offering €30million plus Areola, the other is Manchester United, who have yet to submit a bid.
The contacts are between Leonardo are direct with Maldini and Boban, different routes are not available. The deal with PSG will only go through if it includes a swap of goalkeepers, which leaves room for Manchester United to swoop in with a higher cash offer.
Milan will not accept the first offer that they get. If the player leaves it is going to be a long drawn out sale.