LIGUE 1 - PSG: Mino Raiola defending Gianluigi Donnarumma
A bad evening. Eliminated in the Nations League semifinals by Spain with Italy (1-2), Gianluigi Donnarumma was shouted throughout the meeting by the San Siro public, always upset against his departure from AC Milan this summer.
The goalkeeper lived it badly, his entourage too. Mino Raiola, his representative, has also decided to step up this Friday, in the columns of Corriere dello Sport, to return to this sad episode in Milan.
"What happened at the stadium is very sad, strange and shameful. " Immediately said by the agent of Gli Azzurri Goalkeeper. “It is a shame that part of the supporters took to shame a boy who did nothing wrong, whose fault is simply to have exercised his choice to choose freely. There is no other reason to whistle it apart from that…" he continued, defending his foal tooth and nail against these whistles.
“Gigio has always given everything for the selection, participating in the victory at the Euro, where he was elected best player of the tournament, but also in Milan, where he remained faithful in the most complicated moments experienced by the club, with heart, professionalism and performance that helped bring the club back to the Champions League,” he recalled before attacking, also, the Rossoneri club, too passive in this matter according to him.
“I am disgusted by the whistles suffered by Gigio and I wonder why AC Milan did not intervene officially to distance itself from the protest, to defend it. The truth is that Milan did not know or be able to hold him back, that does not make much difference. So ask anyone, as a father, what would have happened? advised your son: stay in Milan or go to Paris SG?” he concluded, right in his boots. Flawless support.