Fanpage: Donnarumma dollars become real money as fans resell online

By Oliver Fisher -

Although the Donnarumma dollars are evidently fake money, it seems that the notes make for the Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper might just have some value after all.

The Milan fans wanted to make San Siro as hostile as possible for Gianluigi Donnarumma when PSG visited last Tuesday night, something which even Kylian Mbappe noticed before the game, and the Rossoneri emerged with three points scoring twice past him.

As report (via PianetaMilan), the ‘Dollarummas’ – the fake banknotes thrown onto the pitch during the match against PSG last Tuesday at the former Milan goalkeeper – have become their own market online.

The banknotes are being resold by fans on the various resale platforms at variable prices, creating profit. The transactions mainly take place on or and there are people selling individual notes or the rolls of them.

The price varies depending on the amount, from €3-5 euros for a single note to €30 for a bundle or the roll.

Tags AC Milan Gianluigi Donnarumma


  1. Its propably donnarumma himself who fillled several garbage bags of fake money and now has found a side business on the web to earn some more $$$ as he saw a business opportunity there 😀

      1. Well i can see the relevance of what you are saying but not really what i implied though as i implied he was money hungry and just want more. Those of the milan fans selling the bills might be p1ss poor and in need of the cash which clearly wasnt the case for donnarumma leaving us as he was paid 6 mil a year till the day he left us.

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