Madrid And Manchester United Join Race To Lure Donnarumma Away From Rossoneri
The 17-year-old broke into the first team last season and has since established himself as a first-team regular under new boss Vincenzo Montella.
Juventus have been eyeing the Italy international as a long-term replacement for Gianluigi Buffon.
Although Milan are unlikely to want to sell the stopper, he is yet to sign a long-term contract.
However, Donnarumma has stated that he wants to stay at the club, but his agent Mino Raiola has insisted that teen-star will only sign a new deal after the Rossoneri’s future is sorted out.
AC Milan are hopeful of tying their most-prized asset to a new long-term deal once he turns 18 in February.
However, delay’s in the Chinese takeover may hinder the Diavolo’s ability to keep hold of the star stopper.
Juventus have been admirers of his talent for a long-time now, and with Manchester United and Real Madrid also interested in his signature, it could turn out to be ugly for the Rossoneri.