AC Milan reportedly consider Gianluigi Donnarumma unsellable this summer despite rumours of serious interest from PSG.
Speculation on Wednesday evening suggested that PSG are preparing a €55million bid for the Italy international as they eye a replacement for Kevin Trapp, who left for Eintracht Frankfurt.
Despite reported interest from PSG, Milan have no plans to sell their 20-year-old star and instead will sit down for talks over a new deal, as his current contract runs out in 2021.
Now, journalist Luca Marchetti has given an update on the situation surrounding Gigio, confirming that the chances of him leaving are basically zero.
“Donnarumma will stay because Milan considers him unsellable,” he told Sky Italia.
“But the concept of ‘unsellable’ in the market in fact does not exist: if an offer comes in for Donnarumma, Milan will value it.
“It can only come from one side: Paris Saint-Germain, as Leonardo knows the boy well and knows what kind of player he is.
“There is one problem: both Donnarumma and Areola, the current goalkeeper of PSG, are managed by agent Mino Raiola and this could be a small obstacle.
“If it is overcome and Donnarumma leaves, Milan would have Reina as starting keeper, and would not go for Areola as part of the deal.”
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