Milan could look to Salvatore Sirigu for next season should Gianluigi Donnarumma leave the club in the summer.
Donnarumma’s contract with the Rossoneri is due to expire at the end of next season.
His agent Mino Raiola recently made comments to Sport Mediaset that he advised Donnarumma not to sign a renewal, but that the player made “a choice of the heart.”
With Milan’s lack of progress in recent seasons, Donnarumma could seek a new challenge.
With his contract expiring in 18 months, Milan would feasibly like to cash in now as opposed to letting him go for free in the summer of 2021.
Tuttosport states that the Rossoneri are looking at Torino stopper Sirigu as a replacement for Donnarumma.
Sirigu, 33, has been at Torino since 2017, and has a contract with the Granata until June 2022.
However the Turin daily suggests that the player could leave for one last chance at a big club before retiring.