Sky: Donnarumma wants to renew Milan contract – Juve, PSG, Real Madrid lurking

By Isak Möller -

The future of Gigio Donnarumma remains a hot talking point, considering that his contract with AC Milan will expire in 2021. However, although many big teams are interested, he could remain at the club. 

According to the latest updates from Sky Italia’s Manuele Baiocchini (via MilanNews.it), the situation is very different from the summer of 2017. Back then, Donnarumma wasn’t the same player that he is today.

Now, it has become clear that he is a world-class goalkeeper, which is why both he and his agent want an important contract. If this is possible at Milan, then Donnarumma would be the happiest because he is very attached to the team.

He considers Milan his city and in this sense, Donnarumma’s priority is absolutely to find a solution with the Rossoneri. However, should the latter understand that this isn’t possible, there are a few options.

The likes of Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus are all interested in the 21-year-old. Milan’s would demand €50m from the potential sale, making a full capital gain since Donnarumma grew up in their academy.

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