Paris Saint Germain have are targeting AC Milan’s Gigi Donnarumma as the club is keen to replace Gianluigi Buffon.
Last week, the French side confirmed veteran goalkeeper will be leaving this summer after just one season in French capital. The 41-year-old joined the PSG last summer after 17 trophy-laden years at Juventus, in what many saw as an attempt to finally lift the only major trophy that continued to elude him - the Champions League.
As reported by Le10Sport, PSG wants Donnarumma to replace Buffon as the No one next season. Buffon could join Porto to replace Iker Casillas after the Spaniard suffered a heart attack. Reports from Italy suggest Milan could undergo somewhat of a revolution in the goalkeeping department this summer which could involve exits for both Gigio and Antonio Donnarumma, as well as Jose Reina.
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