Manchester United will be losing two of their biggest stars this summer, and are already making plans to fill the void.
The departure of Paul Pogba looks like a done deal as his fellow compatriot, Zinedine Zidane is set to undergo a major overhaul of his Los Blancos squad and has set his sights on the World Cup winner, as well as Premier League rival Eden Hazard of Chelsea.
But the Red Devils are also resigned to losing goalkeeper David de Gea this summer.
De Gea has long been the talk of a move to Real Madrid, and it looks as though the deal could be completed for the Spain international this summer.
And that has seen Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side up their efforts to find his replacement, with the Old Trafford hierarchy launching a move for Gianluigi Donnarumma, according to reports.
The 20-year-old goalkeeper has spent his career with AC Milan but tensions have oftentimes risen given his contract and wage demands, which the Red Devils would likely be able to meet.
It is claimed AC Milan will ask for up to £52m (€60m) to approve his exit.
And as per Football Italia, the Rossoneri are open to offloading Donnarumma.
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