Gianluigi Donnarumma says he does not know where his future lies as speculation continues to swirl ahead of the summer transfer window.
Donnarumma has been tipped as one of the finest young goalkeepers in world football, having established himself as the club’s No.1 as a teenager.
However, the 19-year-old’s spell at the club has proved divisive, and a contract dispute led to the club’s fans subjecting him to a banner calling for his departure during Milan’s Coppa Italia tie against Hellas Verona.
Indeed, his agent, Mino Raiola, has repeatedly suggested that Donnarumma will leave the club this summer, with Milan eyeing a free transfer for Napoli goalkeeper Pepe Reina.
And Donnarumma has now revealed that his fate lies in his representative’s hands, as both Real Madrid and PSG reportedly monitor his situation.
“The transfer market? I don’t know anything,” he told Mediaset. “Reina as my backup? I don’t know, he’s a great goalkeeper and it will be tough competition. I do everything for this shirt.”
The teenager made a superb last-minute save from Arkadiusz Milik against Napoli at the weekend, earning his side a hard-fought 0-0 draw.
The result leaves Napoli six points behind leaders Juventus with six matches to play, and while Donnarumma was proud of the save, he does not know if it will decide the Serie A title race.
“My save on Milik? I don’t know if this will be the decider for Juventus in the Scudetto race,” he added.
“I hope that Napoli will fight until the end. It was a nice save. Goalkeepers can have ups and downs, I always try to do everything as I’ve always done, we have goals to reach.”