Mino Raiola says Gianluigi Donnarumma should be looking to leave AC Milan in the summer, and that if it were up to him a transfer would take place.
The Italian goalkeeper , who turned 19 at the weekend, initially turned down Milan's offer of a new contract only to have a change of heart last July and pen a new deal until 2021.
But his agent Raiola does not feel that was the right choice and told Italy's RAI Sport that he would now advise Donnarumma to look elsewhere, saying that he would not be short of options.
"Gigio made a choice, of staying at Milan, and I respect it," Raiola said.
"However, if he were to ask me to leave, I would get straight to work because there are big offers for him. In fact, if it were up to me, Gigio would leave Milan."
Raiola also represents the interests of Nice forward Balotelli, who is out of contract in the summer and, according to his agent, a "bargain" for anybody looking to strengthen their attack with negotiations already underway with teams from Serie A and the Premier League.