PSG ‘plot to take advantage of AC Milan’s £125m debt to sign star keeper Gianluigi Donnarumma’ despite French champions buying Keylor Navas just last month
- The French champions are reportedly keen on AC Milan stopper Donnarumma
- AC Milan need to offload some of their big players to pay off £125million debts
- And PSG plan to exploit their financial troubles to buy the Italian goalkeeper
- Donnarumma would compete for the gloves with summer signing Keylor Navas
Paris Saint-Germain ‘are plotting to take advantage of AC Milan’s £125million debt to sign their goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma’.
The Italian club’s poor financial situation could force them to part with some of their biggest assets in the next couple of transfer windows.
And their highly sought after 20-year-old Italy international goalkeeper Donnarumma could well be one of the stars to depart.
PSG ‘are targeting AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma’ as they look for a new No 1
20-year-old Donnarumma in action for Italy in their recent Euro 2020 qualifier against Greece
According to French newspaper L’Equipe, PSG have stepped up their interest as they chase a long-term No 1.
Reports suggest the French champions are prepared to offer a like-for-like replacement in a player-plus-cash deal that would see Alphonse Areola, currently on loan at Real Madrid, head to the San Siro.
PSG are keen to strengthen their goalkeeping options despite signing Keylor Navas from Real Madrid for around £12m back in September.
Donnarumma has been Milan’s first-choice keeper for four seasons having broken into their team as a 16-year-old.
PSG’s reported move comes despite the signing of Keylor Navas from Real Madrid last month