PSG Mercato: Italian Media Outlet Gives Paris SG a 30-Percent Chance of Landing Milan’s Donnarumma

The AC Milan contract extension talks with their starting goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma continue to drag as the 22-year-old’s contract expires in June and could leave on a free transfer. 

Donnarumma’s agent is Mino Raiola, which explains why the talks are nearing the midnight hour when the young goalkeeper can depart Milan. According to Sportmediaset (via Milan Live), Raiola is looking to secure Donnarumma an annual salary of €8-million. 

The Italian media outlet states that Donnarumma wants to remain with Milan, but his agent is advising him to consider other options to earn high wages. Two clubs monitoring the situation are Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea. 

Furthermore, when it comes to the percentage of Donnarumma remaining in Milan, the report states that it’s a 40-percent; however, PSG has a 30-percent of landing the young goalkeeper. This high percentage is due to Leonardo’s ties, who served as Milan sporting director before returning to the French giants. 

Meanwhile, Chelsea has a 20-percent chance, and Juventus has a 10-percent chance of landing Donnarumma. 

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