A clever fan thought of a clever way to taunt Gianluigi Donnarumma during Milan’s most recent UEFA Champions League victory over PSG. Even though Milan Skriniar scored the first goal against his old rivals, goals from Olivier Giroud and Rafael Leao sealed the victory for Stefano Pioli’s team.
After failing to come to a contract extension agreement, Donnarumma left Milan under bad terms, becoming a free agent. Before the match against the Parisians, Milan supporters had a harsh message for their once-loved custodian.
“Donnarumma will see how San Siro receives traitors,” he uttered before tossing money in his face while wearing a “Mercenario” tag and calling him “Dollar-rumma.” These notes are currently selling like hotcakes on the internet; a single note can be purchased for three to five euros, while bundles can fetch up to thirty euros.
The PSG No. 1 was also greeted by Milan supporters wearing number 71 shirts, which in Napoli means “man without values.” After going through the Rossoneri youth system, Donnarumma spent six years in Milan before leaving for Paris because of the enormous money that was being offered.
Donnarumma was jeered when she performed with Italy at San Siro on two previous occasions. But the most recent one was when he played Milan for the first time.