Chelsae long-term target Gianluigi Donnarumma is reportedly heading closer to depart from AC Milan this summer after contract talks between the Italian giants stalled.
The Italy international No.1 has regularly been rumoured with an exit from San Siro since breaking into the senior team at the age of 16 and his current contract with the Serie A giants ends in 2021.
The Rossoneri are keen to keep hold of their first-choice keeper, however, Gazzetta dello Sport reports that a breakdown in talks between the two parties could force them to consider offers.
The Italian giants are reluctant to lose Donnarumma for free in the summer of 2021 and could, therefore, look to cash in with interest has been from the top teams across Europe including the Premier League giants.
The likes of PSG, Everton, Arsenal and Chelsea have all been rumoured with the 21-year-old, while La Liga giants Real Madrid have also been credited with an interest.
Donnarumma has made 190 first-team appearances for Milan across all competitions, conceding 199 goals and keeping 69 clean sheets during his time in the goal and undoubtedly he has been one of the best keepers in the Serie A despite being only 21-years-old.