AC Milan goalkeeper Donnarumma: It was an ugly night…

Federico Mansilla
Diciembre 15, 2017

Gianluigi Donnarumma has taken to Instagram to respond to criticism from AC Milan fans who this week unfurled a huge banner at the San Siro telling him: "It's time to leave".

In the past few days, Donnarumma, 18, was reported to have written to the Serie A club demanding they rip up the contract he signed in the summer because he had been pressured into extending it.

Other Italian media claim Allison, Roma's current number one, could be on PSG's radar.

The young goalkeeper has been under renewed fire from supporters after a report claimed he felt "forced" to sign a deal worth more than £5m a year.

At the same time, Milan also signed Donnarumma's brother, Antonio, a 27-year-old former Milan youth keeper who left the San Siro for Genoa in 2012 before making just one Serie A appearance in four years.

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AC Milan fans held up a banner abusing Gianluigi Donnarumma. "It's time to leave. our patience is over!"

Following the full-time whistle a video surfaced of Donnarumma being consoled by captain Leonardo Bonnuci in the dressing room after breaking down into tears due to the angry protest.

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

However, it was alleged this week that Donnarumma had instructed his agent Mino Raiola to cancel his deal with the club. "Despite everything I look forward and head to the next game.Forza Milan!"

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