PM: Milan thinking of Celtic teenager as potential heir to Donnarumma but Man Utd are in talks

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan are battling with Manchester United to secure a player who could be Gianluigi Donnarumma’s heir, according to a report.

PianetaMilan writes how negotiations over Donnarumma’s renewal have been ongoing for some time and there is work still to be done given that Mino Raiola is asking for €10m net per season for his client to put pen to paper.

Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara never stop and they are continuing to monitor potential opportunities, and among these is the potential heir of Donnarumma.

Milan have interest in Vincent Angelini, a 17-year-old Celtic keeper who does not want to renew his expiring contract and therefore is likely to leave in the summer on a free transfer, and Milan have sensed a deal.

In the club’s plans, he would be the player to grow behind the starter Donnarumma, but it will not be easy to bring Angelini to the Rossoneri. There is competition from Manchester United who, for some time, has had their eyes on the player and are in talks with his entourage.

TMW are reporting that Lazio, Fiorentina, Everton, Southampton and Manchester United are all casting a keen on the 6ft3 teenager, while StrettyNews claim United are frontrunners to land him with Juventus also expressing the most serious interest.


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