Donnarumma: I want to stay at Milan a long time
Gigi Donnarumma has confirmed he plans to extend his expiring contract at AC Milan.
The towering shot-stopper’s current deal runs out at the end of the season and he will be free to negotiate a Bosman transfer with interested clubs from January.
Paris Saint-Germain lead the chase of a number of Europe’s top clubs for the 21-year-old but the Italian media has been confident for some time that Donnarumma will commit his future to the Rossoneri.
Donnarumma has now confirmed himself that he intends to ink a new deal and that he wants to stay at the club for the long-term.
“My agent [Mino Raiola] will talk to the club, there’s no problem,” he told reporters on Sunday.
“I want to stay at Milan for a long time, but we’ll see what the club decides. I want to relish this moment as long as I can.”
The goalkeeper made his Milan debut at the age of 16 in 2015 and has since gone on to make more than 200 appearances for the club.
He is also the current Italy No.1 goalkeeper and has been capped 22 times for his country.