AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma has ruled out a potential move to Manchester United this summer amid speculation over his future.
The young keeper has been linked with a move away from the San Siro this summer due to his goalkeeping heroics with Milan, with reports that he is the next big thing in the land of the Azzuris.
Donnarumma has been a key figure at the San Siro since the tender of 16 drawing interest from a couple of clubs in Europe.
There are reports that Manchester United are eyeing a move for the 18-year-old this summer as they prepare for the exit of David De Gea who has been tipped to join Real Madrid this summer.
The speculation were further fuelled when the youngster refused to pen a new deal with AC Milan with just one year on his current deal.
However, the Italian has now ruled out a move away from the San Siro this summer.
He told GQ: ‘Everyone knows that my wish is to stay at Milan,
‘I’m looking for a house in the city to live with my family.
‘I’m calm, all the parties involved know the decision I’ve made. I’m very much tied to these colours. Both Mino and Enzo Raiola and I are very good team.’