Former Italy goalkeeper Gianluca Pagliuca considers the present national goalkeeper number one should take any opportunity that comes to his strategy to move to England.

Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma should critically look at any offerings from Premier League clubs, Italy good Gianluca Pagliuca states.

Currently 21, the Italy keeper has won just 1 decoration – that the 2016 Supercoppa Italiana – and also Milan seem far from challenging for major honours, have been in the table once the league season has been suspended on account of this coronavirus pandemic.

His contract expires next season and there’s been speculation Milan would try to sell him 2020 to prevent losing him for nothing, together with Chelsea one of those rumoured to be fascinated.

Pagliuca believes his compatriot must jump at the opportunity to further his career with a team that are in a stronger position to challenge for the greatest prizes.

“He is very near Milan, he’d love to remain, but he wants to be cautious,” Pagliuca informed TMW Radio. “It’ll be years until they win something significant. There are several other teams that are clearly forward. You need to consider that.

“If a fantastic deal came in, I’d consider it, particularly if it came in the Premier League. If I had been him, I would plan to go to the Premier League.”

“The Rossoneri colors mean a great deal to me personally, since I grew up here,” that the 21-year-old stated in a Q&A about the club’s official stations. “I’ve always been a Milan fan and that I can not help but give my best with this top.”

Serie A is to summarize clear plans to restart the 2019-20 season, which was on hold since March, together with Italy having listed over 215,000 Covid-19 instances and near 30,000 deaths.

Pagliuca considers the season ought to be finished, much as it’s in France along with also the Netherlands, and also a brand new campaign began in September.

“If I had been still a participant, I would be frightened, but not for me for my nearest and dearest. I would suspend everything,” he explained. “Now there are fewer ailments and much more chances of resuming. I, however, would shelve this year, without assigning names, and begin again in September.”