Fans throw fake dollars at AC Milan goalkeeper as exit rumours intensify

Fans throw fake dollars at AC Milan goalkeeper as exit rumours intensify

Raiola, speaking to the Italian media prior to Sunday's game, had alleged Milan sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli had put pressure on Donnarumma by telling the goalkeeper he would "spend the season in the stands" if he did not sign.

Fassone suggested that Raiola made negotiations over a new deal for Donnarumma rather hard. We all took the situation in and went our separate ways. It was nothing to do with money. If they evaluate him on his talent then he will play if not let's see.

"If Donnarumma risks losing a year of his career?" His quality makes that improbable, but this is already on the verge of bullying.

"Money was no problem, we have never talked about money nor have we talked about a release clause. Even so, their decision is made and they forced us to give them an answer back by June 13th, which we did". I take the responsibility for his choice. He said to me: "'Honestly Mino, I don't feel it is right to carry on negotiations'".

"For example, there was a banner in front of the club headquarters".

"If Donnarumma is worth this much at the age of 18, it's also because the club invested in him, had courage to launch him into the first team".

If Donnarumma is facing this level of criticism in Poland, one can only imagine what he will face when he returns to Milan - where he is still under contract for the time being.

Juventus general manager Beppe Marotta admits the Italian champs may end up targeting 18-year-old Donnarumma as the legendary Gianluigi Buffon prepares to enter his final season before retirement.

Raiola also insisted that he has reached no agreement with another club and says his relationship with the Rossoneri is not entirely broken.

And according to Calciomercato, that offer could involve keeper De Gea moving to the Spanish giants with Ronaldo and Alvaro Morata moving the other way. I can assure you there will be no rapid transfer. I told the Milan management that Donnarumma wasn't going to leave Milan as a free-agent.

"The things I'm most disappointed about is that a great agent like him, a native of my country, should know the correct way to behave".

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