Mino Raiola could have a big say in whether Gianluigi Donnarumma stays at AC Milan or moves to PSG, one journalist claims.
After it seemed that the transfer saga surrounding Milan’s prized young goalkeeper was over, rumours have started up again due to Kevin Trapp’s recent move to Eintracht Frankfurt.
The sale has meant that PSG are in the market for a new goalkeeper once again, and it has been claimed that former Milan director Leonardo is targeting a raid on his former club for Donnarumma.
Despite how important Gigio is to the Rossoneri a sale has not been excluded, with multiple outlets suggesting bids of anything over €50m could be enough.
Now, Alfredo Pedulla has offered his take on the situation via his website, insisting it is far more complicated than just the player’s will.
He suggests that in the last days of the transfer window something could happen because of Donnarumma’s contract situation.
The 20-year-old is currently on a deal running until 2021, so if not extended in the next 12 months he would be entering the final year of his contract.
One thing is clear: Donnarumma wants to stay at Milan, and ‘if it depended on him the situation would be clear and definite’.
However, Mino Raiola continues to talk with Leonardo and PSG, first of all to agree personal terms and then to present an offer of €55-60m to Milan.