AC Milan’s promising young goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma has yet to reach an agreement with the Serie A giants over his first pro contract.
The £40million-rated goalkeeper was on Sunday linked with a move to Manchester United as speculation mounted he could be lured to Old Trafford should David De Gea leave.
And his agent Mino Raiola has thrown Donnarumma’s future at the San Siro into doubt by claiming that the 18-year-old has yet to meet representatives of the new board to discuss a new deal for his client, reported Calciomercato.
“It’s hard to be a regular starter in Italy at his age”, Raiola told Sky Italia.
“I can’t predict the future, I don’t know what will happen next. We’ve decided not to talk about the future of Donnarumma but I haven’t spoken with any representative of the new board yet. To me, AC Milan is still represented by Galliani. I can’t really talk about new owners because I don’t know them.
“Donnarumma does his job and i do mine. I must think about his future then he has the last word. Of course I must consider which club AC Milan will become. He doesn’t deserve a great AC Milan, Donnarumma deserves a big club. My job is not being the fan of a club.”