Paris Saint-Germain have reportedly reached an agreement with Gianluigi
Donnarumma and will sign the current AC Milan goalkeeper when his contract San Siro
Stadium comes to an end on June 30
The Italian keeper failed to agree fresh terms with AC Milan so will leave the San Siro
side on June 30.
Paris Saint-Germain have agreed to sing the 22 years old, and also beaten Juventus for
his signature, according to journalist Duncan Castles.
The Ligue 1 giants have recently extended Keylor Navas’ deal which seemed to suggest
they would swerve Donnarumma, 22.
But they are said to have moved anyway in what appears to be a sound move for the
future. Donnarumma has made it clear he wants to play Champions League football
which would leave only a handful of teams for him to join on loan.
Inter, AC, Atalanta and Juve are the four teams who qualified for the Champions League
in Italy. But Juve now seems an unlikely destination after Donnarumma was reportedly
left in tears after Milan Ultras threatened him amid links with the Old Lady.
Jose Mourinho is also said to have called the keeper to convince him to join Roma who
are only playing in the Europa Conference League with his old team Spurs.
Donnarumma came up through the Milan academy and made his Serie A debut at 16.