Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma will reportedly sign with Paris Saint-Germain, but could stay on loan in Serie A to play regularly.
L’Equipe reports the French giants are ready to sign a five-year deal with Donnarumma worth €60m including bonuses.
The French newspaper reports director Leonardo didn’t want to miss the opportunity to sign one of the world’s best goalkeepers on a free transfer and was ready to offer a salary of €10m a season for the next five years, plus bonuses.
Donnarumma helped Milan return to the Champions League, but leaves the Rossoneri this month, as he never reached an agreement over a new deal at Milanello.
The only issue at the moment are the many goalkeepers at PSG’s disposal, with Keylor Navas expected to stay and continue as the first choice at Parc des Princes.
L’Equipe believes PSG want to avoid causing any major problems in the French capital and Donnarumma could therefore be loaned out for the first season.
Roma are mentioned as a possible destination, as Jose Mourinho is looking for a new shot-stopper at the Olimpico.