As the season has been brought to a halt, due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the media has shifted focus to transfer rumours. Gigio Donnarumma remains a big talking point, constantly linked with several big clubs.
The goalkeeper’s contract will expire in the summer of 2021, meaning Milan have two options on the table. Today’s edition of Gazzetta Dello Sport (via MilanNews.it) takes stock of the youngster’s future.
Should the Rossoneri fail to reach an agreement on the contract renewal, then they will have to sell him this summer, thus avoiding to lose him for free in 2021. By the looks of it, the latter scenario is the most likely one.
If the back and forth continues to the bitter end, then Milan could be forced to sell Donnarumma for a very low price tag or offer him a higher salary than what he currently gets (around €6m per year). In other words, a delicate situation.