Gianluigi Donnarummasays that he will not commit with AC Milan until the club’s new owners prove themselves when it comes to running the club in the best possible fashion.
Regarded as one of the top young goalkeepers in the world, the 17-year-old has a contract with the club only into the summer of 2018. He has been linked with several top clubs across Europe like Manchester City, Juventus, and Chelsea.Chinese company Sino-Europe Sports have come to a preliminary agreement with Milan.
The agreement was signed back in August and the takeover is expected to be firmly completed within the next month or so. Even the club’s new owners have promised significant investment, Donnarumma is not ready to commit until the direction becomes clear. Ignazio Abate is confident that the club will be able to retain the highly rated shot stopper.
AC Milan have lost many top players over the years, and there is a real danger of losingDonnarumma as well. Abate, though, is confident will be able to bring back the former glory days under the new regime. Milan have already been linked with several new players last few weeks, and it is almost certain that they will make some headline making signing in the January transfer window.
“Honestly, I’m calm.The lad has always been a Milan fan, as he said, and he’s already at a top club. This club will come back to the top of world football sooner or later, and he will definitely stay and be a star in these colours,” said Abate about the future one of the club’s top rated young players.”We will have to see what will become of this Milan before we make our assessments,” said the player’s agent Raiola in a recent interview. Despite his age, the goalkeeper has already featured in 12 league games this season.