New ownership of Milan could reportedly see director Adriano Galliani leave and Gigi Donnarumma along with him.
Negotiations are ongoing for a group of Chinese investors to buy the Rossoneri off current owner Silvio Berlusconi.
Tuttosport reports today that Vice-President Galliani could be one of the first directors to leave the club under the new ownership.
Although Ultras who demanded Galliani’s departure yseterday would be pleased, his departure could have a knock-on effect in the transfer market.
The outlet notes that Galliani has an agreement in place with Donnarumma's agent to extend his Rossoneri deal until 2019 with an increased salary, but nothing is written yet.
Therefore the transfer guru’s exit could put Donnarumma’s future back into question, with clubs like Barcelona, Manchester United and Chelsea believed to be interested.