Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici has dismissed media rumors linking Milan’s goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma to Bianconeri ahead of their match against Milan.
’ hope of qualifying for the Champions League will receive a major blow if they fail to beatMilan
in their crucial match on Sunday night.
“A decade is an eternity in football. This is an important match, there are another two after that, so nothing will be decided tonight one way or the other, but it is important,”
Paratici told Sky Sport Italia
is yet to sign a new deal to extend his stay at Milan and he is in the center of the market rumors, but
refused to say that the Rossoneri’s goalkeeper is a target for Juventus.
“It’s not just Donnarumma, the transfer market lasts all year round now, especially for the media. We are accustomed to the constant gossip over many different players, it’s just right now it’s Donnarumma.”
“Donnarumma is a very good player, he belongs to Milan and tonight we are concentrated on the match.
“We have always made the decisions together with the President, with Pavel Nedved, with the directors. We discuss between ourselves and when a decision is made, it is shared by everyone.”