Teenage goalkeeper Donnarumma to leave AC Milan

Teenage goalkeeper Donnarumma to leave AC Milan

Teenage goalkeeper Donnarumma to leave AC Milan

"Ten days ago, [sporting director] Mirabelli had made an offer which we believed to be important".

"Mino Raiola has informed me of Donnarumma's decision not to renew his contract with AC Milan", Fassone said at a press conference.

The Mino Raiola client's current terms expire in 2018, meaning Milan must either sell him this summer or lose the full Italy global for free in 12 months.

Italian goalkeeper Gianlugi Donnarumma will leave AC Milan after failing to agree a new contract with the club.

Donnarumma has been hot properly since he became the second-youngest goalkeeper to play in Serie A when he made his Milan debut at just 16-years-old.

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Italian media have speculated the 'keeper will be sold this summer with Raiola citing interest from Real Madrid and Paris Saint Germain. We trusted that much Gigio was the goalkeeper of the new Milan, the pillar on which to build but we have to revise our assessments.

Gianluigi Donnarumma will not sign a renewal with AC Milan, the Serie A club have confirmed.

Thursday's developments are set to spark a scramble for Donnarumma's services, with many of Europe's top clubs interested in a man tipped to succeed Gianluigi Buffon as Italy's next No. 1.

"The boy wants to stay and now the club, him and his agent will decide on his future", Abbiati told Mediaset Premium after being appointed as the new liaison between the squad and Milan's board. The position was enough to book Europa League football, but under new Chinese owners, the Rossoneri are determined to return to the years of multiple titles and European success.

"We had made a strong proposal".

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