AC Milan Ultras will throw fake banknotes on this Paris Saint-Germain player

AC Milan Ultras will reportedly throw fake bonuses on ex-Milan player Gianluigi Donnarumma when the 24-year-old goalkeeper returns to San Siro on November 8 with Paris Saint-Germain (PSG). 

According to Sports Mediaset, the ultra cacciavitis are planning to shower Gianluigi Donnarumma with fake bank notes and wear a No. 71 jersey to welcome the ex-Milan player in San Siro. This is the first time the Italian goalkeeper will play against Milan in the San Siro after leaving the club. 

Gianluigi Donnarumma is a product of A.C Milan’s youth academy and played for the senior team from 2015 to 2021. At the expiry of his contract in 2021, Donnarumma decided not to renew his contract with Milan and join the French club PSG for free. Donnarumma played 251 matches for A.C. Milan across all competitions till 2021.

According to the ultras, the 24-year-old Italian Keeper was asking for more money from Milan to renew his contract. When the negotiation failed, Donnarumma decided to leave the club for free, and for his decision, A.C. Milan earned nothing despite showing a huge trust in the young goalkeeper.

It is reported that the ultras will wear number 71 in Smorfia Napoletana, a system which is used in the Italian city of Naples to convert dreams and everyday life events into lottery fortune. With this gesture, Milan fans want to portray Donnarumma as a “man without values”.

A.C. Milan will face Paris Saint-Germain on November 8 in San Siro in the second leg. PSG destroyed Milan by 3-0 when the two teams faced in the first leg at Parc des Princes, Paris.

Also Read:

Manchester City Boss Pep Guardiola Compared This Player With Ballon d’Or Winner Lionel Messi

Anthony Gordon’s Girlfriend: Is She a Supportive Partner?

Meet Mr. Sheldon, an experienced journalist in the field of sports, especially football, cricket, boxing, and MMA.

Leave a Comment