Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United have both put their pursuit of Gianluigi Donnarumma on hold, a report claims.
Reports earlier in the summer had suggested that the Rossoneri could look to offload the talented young goalkeeper in order to make a quick capital gain and assist their Financial Fair Play situation.
It was even claimed by Sky Sport that PSG were ready to launch an offer for the Italy international, with a swap deal even rejected by Paolo Maldini and co.
Now, Donnarumma looks destined to stay at San Siro and form part of Marco Giampaolo’s new-look Milan side.
Milan – due to their exclusion from the UEFA Europa League – no longer need to sell their best assets in order to stay afloat.