It’s reported Milan never filed Gianluigi Donnarumma’s release clause with the Lega Serie A.
The goalkeeper signed a new contract with the Rossoneri in the summer, but it was reported that he had a €50m release clause if they failed to qualify for the Champions League.
However, Corriere della Sera reports that the club never actually deposited a release clause with the Lega Serie A.
The newspaper states that this can be read in two ways - on the one hand, if Donnarumma is happy at Milan it could see him stay for the long term.
On the other, the club has made it clear they’ll have to sell at least one of their star players if they don’t reach the Champions League, and if the goalkeeper has no release clause he could go for less than €50m.
It was reported last night that Paris Saint-Germain were interested in the goalkeeper, and that he had no release clause.