La Gazzetta: “Donnarumma, goodbye to Milan without renewal”

first_imgIt is true that Milan is building a team that is committed to young talents and Donnarumma is the perfect example of this, with extensive experience under the sticks despite his 20 years of age. However, they may have to choose between staying with him or bringing other footballers, since he currently charges six million euros and a renewal in which it is suspected that he would receive an increase, would jeopardize the team’s salary cap. Also, Raiola and Gazidis do not fully understand each other (Ibrahimovic will not continue on the team), so there are many options for the doorman to explore the market. The Premier League made easier with Pep Renew, a very complicated option If there has been speculation that Donnarumma would play in any team other than Milan, that is the PSG. It would be the perfect replacement for Keylor Navas and there it has supports like Verratti. In case of re-negotiation, this time its price would be somewhat lower than when they offered 20 million more Areola, since being close to the end of his contract would make the operation cheaper. It is estimated that the transfer could be estimated at 20 or 25 million euros, although the club in the French capital would have no qualms about holding out until 2021 to take it away at zero cost. Gianluigi Donnarumma’s future should be resolved this summer. His contract expires in 2021 and Milan must decide whether to renew or sell him before the next season begins to benefit from the situation. Meanwhile, the goalkeeper has already started studying English to stay entertained during the coronavirus lockdown. La Gazzetta dello Sport, under the headline “Donnarumma, goodbye to Milan without renewal: Premier or PSG?“, explains the possibilities that the Italian has from now on, assuming that he will pack his bags to go live abroad: The Italian newspaper puts on the table the teams that could interest you the most, emphasizing that it would be better than De Gea in the Macnhester United or what Ederson in the Manchester City, to those who would improve both by age and quality. However they explain that “Pep’s way is easier”, arguing that given the situation of Paul Pogba in England, the relations between its representative, Mino Raiola, and the red devilsThey are not the best. They discard the Liverpool, who already has insurance like Alisson in their goal, and they remember Raiola’s relationship with him Everton from Ancelotti after the transfer of Moise Kean, although it seems a remote possibility that he plays in Goodison park in the future.PSG still interested Premier League* Data updated as of March 19, 2020 A series* Data updated as of March 19, 2020 99last_img read more

Starlets to get a chance? Arsenal team news v Sheffield Wednesday: line up for League Cup clash

first_img 15. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (midfield) 45. Alex Iwobi (forward) Arsenal are riding high at the moment after beating Bayern Munich and going level on points with Premier League leaders Manchester City.Fans are excited and the players are confident but now the Gunners must negotiate a tricky League Cup tie with Sheffield Wednesday.Arsene Wenger will be keen to rotate and rest his squad with clashes against Swansea, Bayern Munich and Tottenham coming up, but risks his side taking their foot off the pedal.Per Mertesacker is back from injury but may not be risked, while Petr Cech will play again as David Ospina has a shoulder problem.Mikel Arteta, Aaron Ramsey, Jack Wilshere, Danny Welbeck and Tomas Rosicky all remain out.So who will make the starting XI? Take a look at our predicted line up by clicking the yellow arrow above, right. 11 11 11 11 11 14. Theo Walcott (forward) 11 37. Krystian Bielik (midfield) 5. Gabriel (centre-back) 2. Mathieu Debuchy (right-back) – take a look at the full line up, in squad number order, by clicking the arrow above! Agree with our prediction? Let us know by leaving a comment below 11 28. Joel Campbell (forward) 11 20. Mathieu Flamini (midfield) 11 33. Petr Cech (goalkeeper) 3. Kieran Gibbs (left-back) 11 21. Calum Chambers (centre-back) 11last_img read more