Donnarumma is currently in his third season between the Milan posts despite being just 19 years old, and has already been capped five times by Italy.
Having made his first-team debut at the age of 16, the Naples-born ace has gone from strength to strength and is clearly on the radar of a number of top European clubs.
It has not all been plain sailing at the San Siro, however, as a contract dispute led a section of fans to call for him to be sold, and they may well get their wish this summer.
His agent, Mino Raiola, has made it clear that he feels the talented youngster will be on his way at the end of the current campaign, as the Rossoneri target a free transfer for Napoli custodian Pepe Reina.
It remains to be seen what happens but Donnarumma insists he will keep working hard for his present employers and then just see what develops.
‘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.’
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