The top European leagues have closed the summer transfer window! Many clubs waited until the very last minute to complete their transfers after a busy summer of international football. Check out our evaluation of the most important signings and all the deals. The window will close in January but that doesn't mean there won't be rumours.
TOP STORY - Donnarumma wants to leave PSG for Juve
According to Tuttosport, Gianluigi Donnarumma wants to leave Paris Saint-Germain even though he joined the summer from AC Milan for a free transfer.
According to reports, the Italy international is unhappy with Parisians. Mino Raiola, agent, may be looking at a move to Juventus in January. Donnarumma played in his team's 2-0 victory over Manchester City on Tuesday in Champions League play. However, the report suggests that Donnarumma is unhappy with Keylor Navas, the incumbent goalkeeper.
The 22-year old would be returning to Serie A where he started his career before moving to France. Due to Wojciech Szczesny's difficult start to the season, Juventus has been linked to a move to the market for a shotstopper.
Donnarumma's stock has steadily risen over the last few years, culminating with a Euro 2020 title this summer. He was a key player for Italy in the middle of the field, playing 36 games for them and scoring 20 clean sheets.
He was also a crucial part of AC Milan's rebuild, which saw them regain Champions League soccer. He made 251 appearances with 88 goals before departing for Paris on a free.
Is it possible that PSG drama could cause Gianluigi to make a move? BERTRAND GUAY/AFP via Getty Images
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