Emerging reports have revealed that Italian Serie A outfit AC Milan are ready to grant Man United their transfer wish of signing a new goalkeeper in the summer transfer window.
It is feared that the Red Devils will finally part ways with Spanish goalkeeper David De Gea as the stopper is yet to sign a new deal.
Efforts have been made to convince the former Atletico Madrid goalkeeper but that is yet to yield any results.
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This makes the Red Devils rush into the summer transfer window for a possible replacement for the star goalkeeper and they have already been linked with AC Milan stopper Gianluigi Donnarumma for a deal to go down.
It is claimed that AC Milan are forced to sell the goalkeeper to be able to fall in line with Financial Fair Play rules.
Man United have learned that they are not alone in the race for the goalkeeper as French Ligue 1 outfit Paris Saint-Germain are also keen to sign him after parting ways with their legendary goalkeeper Buffon.
Gianluigi Donnarumma is valued at 60 million euros which Man United will be willing to pay in order to secure their post as they bid to Challenge for titles in the coming season.