While Donnarumma has interested a host of powerhouse clubs across Europe like Real Madrid and Juventus, PSG have also drawn links with the Italian stopper, as they look to sign a more reliable man between the sticks than Alphonse Areola and Kevin Trapp.
But after enormous pressure from angry fans, the teen changed his mind and ended up penning a new four-year deal instead. "He is one of the 10 best strikers in the world, and the number one in Italy", he told RAI about the 33-time capped Italy global.
Italy global Balotelli came through the ranks at Inter as a teenager and looked destined to become one of the world's elite players.
"In fact if it was up to me Gigio would leave Milan".
"I've spoken with Juve, Roma, Napoli and Inter".
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"Gigio has made a choice, to stay at Milan, and I respect him", the super-agent told Gazzetta dello Sport.
"I'm already negotiating with many clubs in England and Italy".
"However, if he were to ask me to leave, I would get straight to work because there are big offers for him".
Meanwhile, additional reports claim Napoli star Pepe Reina has agreed a free transfer to Milan this summer as Donnarumma's No 2 - despite interest from Newcastle and former boss Rafa Benitez.
A story from 2009, when Balotelli was playing under Mourinho at Inter Milan, has been told over and over again in relation to the Italian's hard personality.