Director Fabio Paratici has seemingly ruled Juventus out of the running to sign Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma.
The Bianconeri have been repeatedly linked with a move for Donnarumma, and the rumours have intensified given the uncertain contract situation regarding the 20-year-old.
Donnarumma’s deal expires in 2021 and multiple outlets are reporting that a renewal will be difficult given the projected economic demands, leading to suggestions the Primavera product could be sold to avoid him going into the last year of his deal.
Calciomercato.com meanwhile recently reported that Wojciech Szczesny’s renewal at Juve has been agreed, which will see the Pole extend his contract until June 2024 with a net salary of €7m per season, and in the last week he officially signed.
They also claimed in that report though that the Turin club are still interested in Donnarumma and that Szczesny could be sold to make room.
Speaking to Rai Sport however, Fabio Paratici distanced his club from the speculation.
“I can announce that we will not sign other goalkeepers. We are happy with Szczesny, the decision is made, he is one of the best in the world,” he said (via MilanNews.it).