Since the summer started, Gigio Donnarumma has been linked with a departure from AC Milan. However, along the course of the transfer window, the stance on his future has completely changed.
As soon as the Rossoneri struck an agreement with UEFA, which SempreMilan were the first to report about, it was decided that Donnarumma would remain unless a club meets Milan’s demands.
Prior to that, the youngster had been heavily linked with a move to PSG, as Leonardo wanted to reunite with the goalkeeper in Paris. Despite Milan’s new approach, the French side are not willing to give up just yet.
However, the future of Neymar is critical as PSG would have to sell the Brazilian to fund the deal for Donnarumma. During a recent press conference, manager Thomas Tuchel was asked about the situation.
“Donnarumma? I have respect for other clubs. He is not one of my players and thus I can’t say anything about him,” he stated.