Liverpool have reportedly been offered AC Milan’s 19-year-old goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, with the Serie A side ready to sell the young star for €60 million, according to Italian publication Il Corriere dello Sport.
Following their breach of financial fair play rules, Milan have been given a ban from competing in the Europa League by UEFA, which has led to rumours of many of their top players being up for sale, with Donnarumma supposedly being made available this summer.
Donnarumma, who has also apparently attracted interest from Chelsea, endured a difficult season for Milan last campaign, with many of the Rossoneri turning against him after the ongoing controversy surrounding his contract, which has furthered speculation that he is set to leave this summer.
With Simon Mignolet set to discuss his future with Klopp once he returns from the World Cup, with a departure seemingly inevitable, while Klopp is keen to assess the mental state of Loris Karius after his two major errors in the Champions League final, signing a goalkeeper is highly likely this summer.
Interest in Allisson seems to have cooled over his price-tag, which increases the likelihood of a move for Donnarumma, which would surely smash the world-record fee for a goalkeeper.