Gigio Donnarumma’s contract will expire at the end of the season and as no agreement is in sight yet, several clubs are inevitable monitoring the situation. Juventus are one of them, lurking in the background.
As reported by Gazzetta Dello Sport (via Calciomercato.com), Donnarumma’s family is pushing for the renewal and it seems the goalkeeper wants this too. However, the reality is that the parties are far from each other with regards to the salary.
Therefore, a free transfer cannot be ruled out and Juventus are seemingly the club in pole position. First, however, they would need to part ways with Wojciech Szczesny who could be sold to Everton or Paris Saint-Germain.
Only then would they be able to make a serious attempt for Donnarumma, ready to satisfy the demands of Mino Raiola with regards to the salary. The agent would most likely get a hefty commission as well, meaning it wouldn’t be a cheap operation.