Donnarumma Apologizes To Milan Fans

Donnarumma Apologizes To Milan Fans

Gianluigi Donnarumma apologized to AC Milan supporters after signing a new contract with the club until 2021 Sbobet Casino Terpercaya.

Having previously refused to extend his contract more than 2018, the 18-year-old goalkeeper decided instead to ensure his future along with the Rossoneri in a deal that would make him receive a salary of 6 million euros per season.

It marks the end of a dramatic story in the transfer market, which in relation to his agent Mino Raiola and Milan stretch when Donnarumma is linked with major European clubs, including Real Madrid and Juventus.

Milan celebrated renewal of its contract with the media crew, where they also introduced their older brother, Antonio as a brand-new player, and Donnarumma used the moment to apologize to fans who were angry about the drama.

“I am happy and proud to be at Milan,” said the goalkeeper.

“I was born and grew up in this club and I never hesitate to stay here. I apologize to the fans who feel betrayed, but I repeat that I have no intention to like it at all.

“I apologize to them at the same time thanking them for their love for the past two years. I’m proud to be here. ”

In a tumultuous period after his first contract rejection, Donnarumma deleted his Instagram account and claimed it was a hacked result during the U-21 European Championship after posting a chain message on social media.

He was also pelted with some counterfeit money by fans when Italy faced Denmark in the competition.

The goalkeeping’s decision to survive is supported by Vincenzo Montella’s plans ahead of the 2017-2018 season, with players such as Hakan Calhanoglu, Franck Kessie, Ricardo Rodriguez, Mateo Musacchio, Andre Silva and Fabio Borini being brought into the team.

Regarding the negative response from the fans, Donnarumma added: “Some things that happen are quite heart-wrenching. But I am a big fan of Milan for ever.

“We have great motivation, we want to return to compete in the Champions League and that is our target.”

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