Italian Serie A giants AC Milan have reportedly set the asking price for their first choice goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnaruma.
This is according to the latest reports emanating from the media in Italy.
Italian international shot stopper Donnaruma has been linked with a move away from AC Milan this summer.
According to the specific report from popular Italian transfer news portal Calciomercato, French Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint Germain (PSG) and Premier League outfit Manchester United are keen to sign the Italian shot stopper during this summer’s transfer window.
It was also revealed that AC Milan have set an asking price of €50m on their goalkeeper amidst the interest from both PSG and Manchester United.
French giants PSG are in need of a new goalkeeper in the wake of the exit of compatriot Gianluigi Buffon.
Veteran goalkeeper Buffon ended his one-year stay at the Parc des Princes earlier this summer.
The 2006 FIFA World Cup winner had joined PSG last summer on a one-year deal with the option of another year.
The French champions were willing to activate the extra year but the experienced goalkeeper wanted to leave the club.
Buffon is closing in on a free transfer return to former club Juventus.
On his part, David De Gea has also been linked with a move away from Manchester United.
The Red Devils might need a new goalkeeper like Gianluigi Donnaruma if De Gea leaves the club this summer.