Chelsea and Manchester United face the risk of losing their first choice goal keepers this season, while Man City need a formidable first choice after the inconsistent performance of Claudio Bravo. This situations has made each of them look at making a move for young Italian goalie, Gianluigi Donnarumma.
The 18 year old is one of the best goal keepers in Europe and one of the shining lights of an under performing Milan team. He already has three caps for the Italian National team, making him the natural heir to Gianluigi Buffon.
Buffon is the most expensive goal keeper in history, a record he created 16 years ago when he moved from Parma to Juventus. However, any team who wants to sign Donnarumma should be ready to pay above the £33 million that Juve paid.
His agent is Mino Raiola who has stable of players like Paul Pogba and would likely move the player for nothing less than £50 million.
Despite reports that Real Madrid has cooled their interest in De Gea and Courtois, their clubs still want to make plans to avoid the unimaginable.