AC Milan could land a new third-choice goalkeeper on a free transfer from a Serie A rival this summer, according to a report.
The Rossoneri addressed the role of back-up goalkeeper during the last summer window as Pepe Reina was replaced by Ciprian Tatarusanu, but there are doubts about whether Antonio Donnarumma will remain beyond the end of the season.
According to this morning’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanLive), another experienced goalkeeper could arrive in the summer to give the department even more stability, and it is Antonio Mirante.
Milan attempted to sign the 37-year-old a year ago but Paolo Maldini was unsuccessful, but things seem to have changed. Mirante’s contract expires next June and at the moment Roma do not seem willing to renew him due to having too many muscle problems.
Milan – as the paper wrote a few days ago – are still interested in signing a player of experience and reliability, someone who could help Donnarumma given he is a fellow native of Castellammare di Stabia.