Paris Saint-Germain appear to be the team who have won the race to sign Gianluigi Donnarumma as a free agent, a report claims.
Milan made the decision not to raise their offer to Donnarumma and with the Italy international deciding not to renew his contract with the Rossoneri, the last couple have weeks has been dominated by speculation as to where he might end up, with PSG, Juventus and Barcelona all the main clubs linked.
According to the latest from Fabrizio Romano, PSG are now close to the signing of Donnarumma. The agreement is ‘imminent’ with the Parisians working to complete the deal soon, and the player could even undergo his medicals while with the Italian national team. The PSG board are negotiating with Donnarumma on a contract until June 2026 and salary around €12m net per season, therefore a net commitment of €60m.
There is interest but still no bid from Barcelona and Juventus, mainly because their number ones Szczesny and Ter Stegen are staying put. It seems that after years of links, Donnarumma will finally end up in the French capital, as Di Marzio (via MilanEye) confirms that the deal could be completely tomorrow.