The Italian teenager initially rejected new terms but has now struck a deal with the Rossoneri after rejecting a huge PSG offer
Manchester United target Gianluigi Donnarumma has performed an incredible u-turn over his AC Milan future and agreed a new deal with the Italian giants.
Super agent Mino Raiola broke off talks with Milan last month but now appears to have come to an agreement over a new five-year contract for the Italy international.
That was after the Italian rejected an incredible offer from PSG, thought to be worth €13m (£11.4m) per year, in favour of terms worth €6m (£5.3m) to remain at the San Siro, report Sky Sport Italia.
The staggering deal will include not one, but two monster release clauses, dependent on whether the Rossoneri reach next season’s Champions League.
Rivals will be able to sign the goalkeeper for €50m (£43.9m) next summer if they fail to make it back to Europe’s premier competition.
That figure will rise to €100m (£87.8m) if Milan can squeeze into the top three of Italy’s top flight after finishing sixth last term – 23 points behind third-placed Napoli.
With David De Gea’s future still cloudy and Keylor Navas still to convince Real Madrid chiefs, Donnarumma had begun to attract serious interest from European giants due to just one year remaining on his deal.
But the Azzurri stopper now looks set to commit to Milan’s new project under Chinese owners Sino-Europe Sports Investment.