AC Milan are considering selling Gianluigi Donnarumma in order to raise funds and fix their balance sheet, according to a report.
It has been well documented recently that the Rossoneri are not in the best of health financially, and that a renewal for Donnarumma – whose deal expires at the end of next season – will be very difficult due to his salary demands.
A number of different clubs have been linked with the 21-year-old, most seriously Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus, however La Gazzetta dello Sport reporter Nicolo Schira has provided a key update.
He claims that Milan could sell their prized young asset in the summer in order to make a pure capital gain, with Real Madrid, PSG and Chelsea having already told Mino Raiola that they will pay Donnarumma €8m-a-year.
This represents a rise on his current €6m salary and is a figure the Rossoneri almost certainly cannot match – especially given Elliott Manangement’s intent to cut the wage bill.
Schira adds that rivals Juventus are observing the situation closely but they have not yet made an offer.
#Milan are thinking of selling Gigio #Donnarumma to fix their corporate balance sheet. #RealMadrid, #PSG and #Chelsea have already made contacts with #Raiola and are ready to offer a salary of €8M a year to the goalkeeper. #Juventus observe carefully how the situation unfolds
— Nicolò Schira (@NicoSchira) March 3, 2020