Manchester United determined to sign Donnarumma
Manchester United are monitoring the situation of the Italian goalkeeper of the Milan football team. Gianluigi Donnarumma, whose current contract with AC Milan expires at the end of this season and has not yet agreed on a contract extension with the Italian club, may leave for the English Premier League in the upcoming summer. Corriere dello Sport reports on the eve of Milan’s Champions League quarter-final clash with Manchester United that Manchester United are closely monitoring the situation of the 21-year-old Donnarumma and are planning to sign him as a free agent next summer.
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The Red Devils’ Spanish goalkeeper, David De Gea, has had difficulties this season, making unacceptable mistakes on several occasions, and is under pressure from English Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson. Manchester United executives now appear to be looking to make changes to the post, and Olgar Sulsshire has recently warned Dokha that his place in the Red Devils’ starting line-up is not guaranteed.
Earlier, the Italian newspaper “Gazzetta dello Sport” reported; AC Milan have offered the Italian goalkeeper a new five-year deal worth € 7.5 million a year, but Donnarumma’s manager Mino Raiola wants a two-year deal worth € 10 million.
Donnarumma, who has been a member of AC Milan since 2015 and currently earns € 6 million a year from the club, has so far played in 237 appearances for the Rossoneri.