Milan have allegedly targeted Torino goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu as the ideal replacement for Gianluigi Donnarumma at San Siro.
Tuttosport writes that the Granata keeper could be one of the keys to unfold a series of big changes between the goal posts in Serie A this summer, as the future of Donnarumma remains uncertain at San Siro.
The Milan No1 will start negotiating a renewal with the Rossoneri and Sirigu’s fate could be linked with that of the Italy international.
The report claims that a hypothesis of a farewell for Donnarumma is increasingly plausible and the Turin based newspaper has underlined that Sirigu has been targeted as the alternative solution.
The 33-year-old has kept five clean sheets in a difficult season at the Grande Torino and has been ever-present in the starting line-up under both Walter Mazzarri and Moreno Longo.