Donnarumma, Deeply Desired but Unsellable

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The Italian youngster could leave Milan this summer but his wage and the economic request of Milan are likely to keep the player close to the Duomo even if Roma is interested.

This is the summer in which several goalkeepers could change team. The Giallorossi are trying their best to keep Alisson Becker in the Italian capital while Real Madrid and Chelsea are chasing the Brazil international. The Blues are, reportedly, seriously interested in the Roma keeper due to the likely departure of the Belgian Courtois who doesn’t want to extend his stay in London.

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While these football superpowers are focusing on finding their next goalkeeper there’s an Italian club that could be forced to sell its youngster, Milan. The Rossoneri are passing through a tough moment. The ownership of the club could change soon and the sanction imposed by FIFA in reference to the financial fair play doesn’t calm the environment.

In order to make profits and lower the expenses, Milan could trade Gianluigi Donnarumma out. Roma seems to be interested in the Italian talent but the salary of the player is a tall mountain to climb. The Milan goalkeeper earns approximately €6 million per season and his price-tag could be about €50m. Numbers that frighten the sporting director of the Giallorossi albeit the Spaniard could bank approximately €80 million from Alisson’s sale.

Donnarumma could be the perfect replacement of the Brazil international. The Italian keeper is only 19 years old and with a great future ahead of him. The Roma fans could be happy to welcome such a promising talent at the Stadio Olimpico.

Gianluigi Donnarumma is deeply desired but unsellable at this time!

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A Roman in New York achieving his dreams. Persistence can make extraordinary things happen. Editor of AS ROMA 360 | | Calcio e Finanza | Reporting on Major League Soccer.

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