Tuttosport: The advantages of keeping Donnarumma vs. the pros of letting him leave

By Oliver Fisher -

Despite being at such a crucial point in the season, the Gianluigi Donnarumma saga continues to dominate the media headlines.

Today’s edition of the newspaper Tuttosport (via MilanNews) takes a look at the advantages and disadvantages of keeping Donnarumma versus allowing him to leave on a free contract when his current deal expires.

Advantages of keeping him: The obvious advantage is that Donnarumma will be an elite goalkeeper for years and no substitute is worthy. In the team, despite his young age, he is among the most listened to. In addition, buying a starter in his place would take away an important part of the budget for the summer market.

Advantages of letting him leave: Saying goodbye to agent Mino Raiola would not be a bad thing at this stage. Milan, in fact, would get rid of an agent that no one can bear. Furthermore, with the money saved from his signing, the Rossoneri could conclude all other renewals.

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  1. Juro says:

    I’m sorry Oliver but not having to deal with Raiola is not a reason to let him leave for FREE. Besides Raiola has many other clients – Romagnoli Pogba, Haaland, etc… so you cannot avoid dealing with him if you want to attract the best talent. Raiola is just doing his job trying to get highest fee for his client, no matter how much of a weasel he is. It is up to Donarumma to put his foot down and tell the agent what he wants to do and where he wants to play. And it is definitely management’s fault it has come to this point. Not signing your biggest asset to a long term deal a year ago was a colossal mistake and now we must pay for it.

    1. Oliver Fisher says:

      I didn’t write this article, it’s a translation from Tuttosport, totally understand your counter points!

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