AC Milan could sell Gianluigi Donnarumma to Paris Saint-Germain this summer to fund a huge double blow, a report claims.
Just as it seemed that the Donnarumma saga had been left behind, a number of reports this week have claimed that PSG are back in for the 20-year-old.
Kevin Trapp has joined Bundesliga side Eintracht Frankfurt meaning a new goalkeeper is needed, and should the Ligue 1 side also manage to offload Neymar then former Milan director Leonardo appears to be targeting Donnarumma.
The player for his part is understood to be happy in Milan and has no intentions of moving, but it has been suggested he may not have a say in the matter.
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.
La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews.it) concur with Mediaset‘s report by suggesting that Gigio could indeed be sacrificed by the Rossoneri leadership in order to fund two big signings.
They claim that an asking price of €50million has been set, and the club are aware that any sale would represent both a pure capital gain and the opportunity to seal more additions.
If the right offer comes from Paris, then Maldini and Boban will apparently fly to Madrid to try and complete a double signing, the report claims.
First, they would close a deal with Atletico Madrid for Angel Correa. The distance between the offer and the valuation currently stand at €10-15m, but a big sale could help close that.
Meanwhile, the dream is still Luka Modric: Milan are the only team where the Ballon d’Or holder would play in the event of leaving Real Madrid. However, it may have to wait until next year.