Chelsea have suffered a disappointing season after missing out on Champions League football but have given encouragement on the summer transfer market to make a swoop for a prime-target.
The Italian outlet Mediaset Premium cites AC Milan sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli as admitting that 19-year-old Italian wonderkid Gianluigi Donnarumma could be sold upcoming summer if the fair offer is made.
“He is part of the club’s heritage and we wouldn’t let go of him easily unless of course, someone values him the way he must be valued. If a good enough offer arrived, any of our players could be sold.” – said Massimiliano Mirabelli.
Gianluigi only signed a new deal at the San Siro previous summer, after a long saga and talks, but continues to drawn interest from some of Europe’s elite clubs and Chelsea could have the chance to make a summer move.
Real Madrid’s strong interest in Thibaut Courtois could spark a move from the Blues, who would have a remarkable amount of cash to splash on a replacement for the shot-stopper if the Belgium international is tempted to the Champions League finalists.