Antonio Donnarumma hits back at banners and says Gigio ‘will always be a Milan fan’

By Isak Möller -

Ever since Gigio Donnarumma left AC Milan, the fans have questioned his decision as the Rossoneri ended up getting nothing from his departure. Now, Antonio Donnarumma has chimed in with his thoughts on the matter. 

It’s safe to say that Donnarumma, Gigio that is, disappointed many fans with his decision to leave on a free transfer this summer. After all, Milan raised him and made him the player he is, but got nothing in return in the end.

A few days ago, Curva Sud displayed some banners that had some less flattering words for Gigio. “Be careful when you go around Milan,” one of them said, clearly highlighting that the fans aren’t happy with his behaviour.

In an interview with Radio Kiss Kiss, as cited by MilanNews, Antonio Donnarumma had his say on the matter. Antonio’s contract with Milan expired this summer and he has since signed with Serie C side Padova.

“The banner of threats? Doesn’t exist. Gigio has always shown his attachment to the Rossoneri shirt, behaving in an exemplary way on and off the pitch. He made a different choice, he wanted a new experience and he’s the right age to do it.

“Gigio will always be grateful and will always be a Milan fan. If he could wear the Napoli shirt one day? Who wouldn’t like it? We are from Campania, everyone would like to defend Napoli’s goalposts,” he stated.

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  1. Yeah nobody cares about Antonio’s opinion. He should bow down to Milan and help to clean San Siro pitch considering he basically got 1M each year for free.

  2. If Donnarumma loved Milan, he should have stayed…. just like Maldini & Totti, club legends for their clubs. Donnarumma is a mercenary that went to a lesser league for more money.

    1. U are right brother. Very ungrateful player. What annoyed me most that he left for free without Milan getting some investment from him.

  3. Shut the hell up you South Italian mob family! You have got 1M each year on little brother’s skill, you should kill yourself for being a parasite. As far as your brother has concerned, a pure mercenary nothing else. With that kind of attitude he cant be a great player but just very good in what he does. I hope he loses form and does horrendous howlers for the Azzuri or PSG…

  4. Milan have to learn. All players from now must sign contractp that allows the club to extend 1 more year. Just like Giroud, chelsea got $1M out of nothing

  5. Lmao says the garbage GK who got paid €1 million every season.

    You’re lucky you can wear Milan shirt because of your brother.

  6. Wow, so this dude has an opinion too, Dollaruma can remain a fan in his father’s house not in our beloved club, he shouldn’t even be allowed to step inside San-Siro again. Ungrateful lots

  7. Lol, if Donnarumma loved Milan, he should have indicated it before that he wanted a new experience and should have helped the club with a paid sale.

  8. I like how this parasite has an opinion. I don’t think he would have been in the Serie A with his level of skills.

    Donnaruma will warm the bench and come back in Serie A in future. If he loved the club he would have renewed and left for a fee or stayed on. Better off without immature mercenaries.

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