The saga involving PSG and Gianluigi Donnarumma is not over yet, a report claims, but it depends on the future of Neymar.
Earlier in the summer it was suggested by the media that Donnarumma could be the first player sacrificed by the new leadership in order to raise funds for the mercato, amid interest from interest from PSG and Manchester United.
However, it then emerged that the 20-year-old would stay with the Rossoneri, and Alessandro Plizzari’s loan move to Livorno was seen as indirect confirmation that Donnarumma will not leave.
Now, La Gazzetta dello Sport are reporting that the PSG-Donnarumma saga is ready to resume.
Kevin Trapp is set for an imminent move to Eintracht Frankfurt meaning the Ligue 1 giants are in the market for a goalkeeper once again, and should Neymar leave they will have the funds to secure a top signing.
A few weeks ago, PSG had bid €20million plus Alphonse Areola for Donnarumma, a proposal immediately rejected by Milan because they would only consider cash.
Now the Parisians are ready to return to the table with a different offer, but first Neymar must be sold. For now, however, these are only rumours and no concrete negotiations have taken place, the report concludes