The complications between Donnarumma and Milan were left behind, the club did not agree to pay him what he requested, in addition to the commission requested by Mino Raiola, his representative. Maldini himself preferred to let him go, rather than agree to the claims of the person in charge of looking after the interests of the athlete. On the table, there were several proposals, even similar or less than what the rossonero cast offered.
At one point, it was thought that the salary cut was going to be an obligation, as no team was willing to pay him the close to 12 million euros per season he was asking for. Juventus and Barcelona had it between cotton wool. However, his destiny will have another direction.
Paris Saint-Germain had been hovering around the Italian goalkeeper, looking for a competitor to Keylor Navas. According to information from Fabrizio Romano, the agreement of both parties will be for 12 million euros, with an agreement until 2026.
Only the medical examinations would be missing, which are planned to be carried out in Italy. In addition, Juventus and Barcelona were lowered of the interest, because they would not be in the disposition to match the economic offer of the French, in addition, they had to sell to their titular goalkeepers.