Donnarumma Sticks With Milan

James Marshall
December 17, 2017

"Wednesday was a tough night for Donnarumma and everyone at AC Milan because episodes like these are a problem for the club", Fassone said.

With their No.1 keeper and his agent, Mino Raiola, supposedly now trying to wriggle out of the terms they committed to, Milan fans vented their fury during the midweek Coppa Italia win over Verona by unfurling a huge banner which read: "Psychological violence by giving you €6million-a-season & signing your parasite brother?"

The 18-year-old goalkeeping sensation looked destined for the San Siro exit door after refusing to commit his future to Rossoneri and turning down a new deal in June of this year. "It's time to leave".

The banner left Donnarumma in tears and he was consoled by Georgio Chiellini.

Donnarumma denied he was coerced into signing the deal in an Instagram post and Fassone stressed the future of the Italy worldwide remains with Milan.

After this whole issue, Donnarumma did in fact decide to renew his contract at the San Siro which would not only see him become the third highest earning goalkeeper in Europe, but would in fact bring his older brother, Antonio, to the club.

Gianluigi Donnarumma will not be sold by AC Milan in the January transfer window, according to the club's chief executive Marco Fassone.

"I never said, nor wrote, that I was on the end of moral violence when I signed the contract".

However, now the teenage custodian has spoken publicly for the first time surrounding the event and has defended himself by claiming the rumours of his pressured contract signing are simply untrue and that he will continue to fight on for the club. "Despite everything I look forward and head to the next game.Forza Milan!"

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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