Donnarumma set to snub Chelsea, PSG and Inter for new Milan contract

Carlo Garganese
Carlo Garganese Updated: 19 May 2021 15:43 BST 2 min read
Donnarumma set to snub Chelsea, PSG and Inter for new Milan contract

AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma has no plans to leave the Serie A club on a Bosman transfer this summer and has snubbed interest from Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain and Inter.

This is according to AC Milan transfer expert Vito Angele, who says that he expects Donnarumma to soon sign a four or five-year extension at San Siro.

Donnarumma is regarded as one of the best goalkeepers in Europe but his contract expires in June and he is still yet to pen a new deal.

However, Angele told The Italian Football Podcast that Donnarumma has been snubbing interest from elsewhere and will sign a new contract.

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  • “The priority for Donnarumma is the renewal with Milan,” Angele revealed.

    “I am sure that Donnarumma will sign a new contract with Milan and it will not be a short contract. Milan absolutely want to ensure that he signs a long four or five-year contract with no clause.

    “There was interest from PSG and Chelsea and Inter. Giuseppe Marotta recently called Mino Raiola to ask for information about him.

    “But Donnarumma said no because he wants to sign a new contract with the club that he loves.

    Hakan Calhanoglu will also sign a new contract soon. The distance between what the two parties are asking and offering is smaller now. 

    “In the next few days there will be another meeting at Casa Milan and I expect Calhanoglu to sign a new, five year contract.”

    Despite being just 21 years of age, Donnarumma has already made over 200 appearances for Milan after coming through the club’s youth academuy and quickly making an impression with the first team.

    However, the shot-stopper isn’t exactly a native of the northern Italian city. Born in Castellammare di Stabia, just outside Naples, Donnarumma actually began his career in Napoli’s youth ranks before joining Milan at the age of 14 €250,000 after his older brother Antonio had already joined the club.