Legendary Italian goalkeeper Dino Zoff believes that current teenage sensation Gianluigi Donnarumma would be better served staying at AC Milan rather than looking to move on.
In an interview with Radio Anchi’io Sport, the 1982 World Cup winning captain explained on Calciomercato: “He’s doing extraordinary things, his future is open to a fabulous career.
“Donnarumma’s start really gives great hope, my only advice for him is that he remains humble and tries to improve, especially in his technical ability as some goalkeepers forget about [working on] it. For now, the outlook looks really great.”
Several big clubs, including Manchester United, are thought to be monitoring the progress of the 18-year-old and Zoff had a word of caution for the young stopper: “His future? He needs heart and reason. He shouldn’t think about any particular changes, he’s already in the heavens.
“I think he’d be better served to stay at Milan, then in a few years, conclusions can be made. He’s already at a great team.”