Italian goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma experienced a very difficult return, having worked in AC Milan since his youth, but then decided to leave for the richer PSG. The fans of the traditional club did not take it well, and they showed it well in Tuesday’s Champions League match. They showered the lanky goalkeeper with banknotes bearing his likeness.
Gianluigi Donnarumma returned to Milan for the first time since his departure in 2021 when he headed to PSG as a free agent. AC fans take it hard and have now shown it ahead of their Champions League clash. “Bye ungrateful” was probably the least harsh banner that the fans of the Milan club presented themselves with.
Banknotes were handed out in front of the stadium showing the face of the Italian goalkeeper with the caption “Dollarumma.” There are also words such as mercenary or person without honor. Fans pelted the goalkeeper with worthless paper during the warm-up, some waved banknotes.
The native of the town of Castellammare di Stabia also heard a giant whistle and most likely curses. His PSG fell in the end, Rafael Leão and Olivier Giroud came through for AC Milan. Donnarumma “enjoyed” the unpleasant evening in Milan until the end.
The proceeds from the counterfeit notes are to go to the Corvetto and Baggio football schools in Milan. “We will be collecting a small contribution to donate to the football school so that people with no values like this unworthy person never grow up again,” quotes the ultras website Corriere dello Sport.
In general, the fans of Milan clubs respect hard principles and anyone who betrays them is rightly punished. The last time the entire San Siro booed the Belgian Lukaku, who left for AS Roma. Inter fans prepared thousands of whistles and the gunner heard it properly.
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