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Jose Mourinho’s debut season at the Old Trafford is going according to plan as he has already lifted his first top flight trophy with the club at Wembley just last weekend.
The manager will be happy with the progress his side have made in recent games and though they have no chance of catching Antonio Conte’s Chelsea at the top of the table, they are right in the middle of the battle for a place in the top-4.
Their Europa League journey also gives them a chance to qualify for the Champions League while the FA Cup gives them a shot at yet another silverware and Mourinho will hope that his side can win as much as they can in just his first season at the club.
With a decent chance of playing in the Champions League next season, Mourinho has already started working on his squad ahead of the next season and has been looking at some star players to add to the squad at the end of the season.
This has seen him linked with the biggest names in Europe and one such player who is moving closer to a move to the Old Trafford is AC Milan sensation Gianluigi Donnarumma.
Arguably the most exciting prospect in Europe at the moment, Donnarumma, 18, is the current first choice shot stopper for AC Milan this season but his performances in the Serie A have seen him grow in stature.
A number of top class clubs are already after him and Manchester United have been linked with a move for him since the start of the season.
And news outfit Sun today claims that Manchester United have opened talks with the teenage starlet over a move to the Old Trafford at the end of the season.
The Italian national is touted as a long term replacement for David de Gea, the Spanish shot-stopper, who is looking to go back to his home town at the end of the season.
De Gea is yet again wanted by Real Madrid and Mourinho is determined to cover for him and is ready to spend on Donnarumma.
With his age and potential, the 18-year old could cost on the higher side but according to these reports, Mourinho is ready to pay £43m for his services this summer.
In addition, the Red Devils are also prepared to offer Donnarumma £2.5m in wages per season and are confident of landing him.
The Italian giants are determined to keep him at the club for the next few years and are themselves offering a new bumper contract to the star to try and fend off interests from United but do you think Donnarumma will move to the Old Trafford at the end of the season?