There are a number of factors which seem to point towards Gianluigi Donnarumma staying at AC Milan this summer.
That is according to MilanNews, large-scale investments will be extremely complicated even for the so-called big club this summer on the back of the Coronavirus emergency, which will have a huge economic impact on the whole of football.
Milan will not use Donnarumma in a swap deal of any kind and will accept only cash for their prized young goalkeeper, a figure of around €50million at present.
Another fundamental aspect is the will of the player, as Gigio does not seem to want to leave Milan at all, even more so at a time like this. Moving abroad would be a gamble and Juventus, the only Italian club who could buy him, will hardly invest huge amounts for a role they already have covered by Szczęsny.
The salary discussions should also not be underestimated too: various clubs will have to trim their wage bill, so much so that the net €6million that Donnarumma earns could become a big figure.
Moving from Milan to earn the same amount, or even a lower sum, would not be convenient even for Raiola himself.
Now the situation seems more open, and there is even the talk of a one-year or two-year extension – even at €6m-a-year – which would push the current crossroads further down the line. Considering how much the Rossoneri will save from other salary cuts (€30-50m gross), it would not seem an insurmountable obstacle.
At that point the goalkeeper could tie himself to Milan with a longer agreement or be sold at a fairer price of up to €100million.