And while Juventus say they have not made a move yet, they will be interested in snapping up the hot property if Milan decide to cash in.
"We're faced with a radical change in the image of a young footballer, now they have professionals close to them and they play out their career, even in opposition to the clubs which raised them".
Speaking to Corriere della Sera, Juventus director Giuseppe Marotta said: "It is becoming increasingly hard for clubs to handle these situations". It's clear that Juve have the right to examine every opportunity.
Owner Li Yonghong wants Donnarumma punished and benched for a year, but this would force Milan to give the 18-year-old for free. We are not selling him for now.
SunSport reported two days ago how the teen sensation has rejected a new deal at AC Milan.
"It is not true that there was tension with Mino Raiola during Thursday's meeting and there was no fighting".
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"We had made a strong proposal".
"It is a definitive decision, made by the player".
It took a while for the notes to be collected and the game restarted, with the stunt likely only reinforcing Donnarumma's desire to leave Milan and Italy.
As good as Ronaldo undoubtedly is, his arrival wouldn't be enough to hide the fact that United would also need a new goalkeeper to replace De Gea - despite Mourinho's trust in Sergio Romero throughout last season's successful Europa League campaign.
Milan CEO Marco Fassone revealed Donnarumma's decision to leave the club earlier this week.