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You just can't keep Gianluigi Donnarumma out of the transfer rumour mills.
The Italian sensation penned a new deal at AC Milan following a summer which saw him heavily linked him with a move away from the club. From Real Madrid to Manchester City, among others.
However, despite signing a new deal only in July, he could be a free agent (!!) next summer.
Super agent Mino Raiola is looking into the contract signed in July to be 'annulled'.
Mino Raiola has asked AC Milan to cancel the contract renewal signed by Donnarumma over the summer. He'll be a free agent this summer. pic.twitter.com/xRL6vQJ5dg- Mootaz Chehade (@MHChehade) December 12, 2017
Per reports from Italy, AC Milan failed to secure the signatures of both Raiola and Donnarumma on the requested release clause. Raiola is now hoping for the contract to be null and void.
It's believed that the pair demanded a £65 million release clause if they qualified for the Champions League. And a mere £35 million if they didn't enter Europe's elite club competition.
Donnarumma during a Serie A clash against Napoli. Images: PA
If the contract is successfully voided, then his previous deal comes back into play which sees his stay at the San Siro expire in the summer of 2018.
So, after huge fees were muted in the summer, it means he could now potentially leave Italy for nothing.
Donnarumma on the international stage. Images: PA
While the aforementioned clubs and Manchester United have reportedly expressed an interest, money-rich Paris Saint-Germain have also placed him firmly on their transfer radar.
The club are keen on snapping up a high-profile keeper to fit into their luxurious starting XI.
Is Donnarumma set to finally leave Milan in the summer? Watch this space.
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