Mike Maignan, the current goalkeeper for AC Milan and a regular starter for the French national team over the past 2 years, is seeing interest from several clubs, including PSG.
Despite performing well at AC Milan, Maignan's contract extension has been under negotiation for several months. Although he is tied to the Rossoneri until June 30, 2026, the French goalkeeper has been unable to reach an agreement with the club's management.
This situation contrasts with Maignan's stellar performances, boasting 6 clean sheets in 16 matches across all competitions this season. However, internal issues within the club, such as the questioned leadership and financial difficulties, do not align with Maignan's plans.
Maignan's situation is closely monitored by top European clubs. According to Foot Mercato, PSG, where the French goalkeeper began his career, is interested in signing him, with an offer that could reach 70 million euros, potentially reshuffling the current goalkeeper hierarchy at the club.
However, PSG is not the sole contender; Chelsea, which previously expressed interest in the last transfer window, Manchester United, dissatisfied with Andre Onana's performance, and Bayern Munich, in search of Manuel Neuer's successor, are also in the mix.
The near future looks turbulent for Mike Maignan, who might have the opportunity to find happiness elsewhere.