Football NewsGianluigi Donnarumma said goodbye to Milan
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Recently crowned European champion Gianluigi Donnarumma has said goodbye to Milan ahead of the announced move to PSG.


Gianluigi Donnarumma wishes Milan every success

The Italy goalkeeper has become a national hero as he rescued from Bukayo Saka and Jadon Sancho to seal Sunday’s Euro 2020 shootout victory. But he is now preparing for a change of scenery, having spent his entire career to date with the Rossoneri. Gianluigi Donnarumma’s contract in San Siro expired this summer and he clarified that Some choices are tough, but they are part of a man’s growth.

According to Gianluigi he came to Milan when he was little more than a child, for eight years he wore this shirt with pride, they fought, suffered, won, cried, celebrated with his teammates, his coaches, everyone who did and is part of the Club, with them the fans who are an integral part of what has been a family for many years.

In the Rossoneri shirt, Gianluigi Donnarumma also achieved personal goals such as debuting at 16 in Serie A. He lived through extraordinary years that he will never forget.  Now is the time to say goodbye, a choice that was not easy really, and of course the fast is not enough to explain it, or perhaps it cannot even be explained because the deepest feelings can hardly be translated into words.

Gianluigi also said that all the Rossoneri he met, from the first to the last day, will always remain in his heart as an important, truly fundamental part of the path of life that made him who he is. Gianluigi wishes Milan every success and does it with his heart, for the affection that binds him to these flowers, the feeling that distance and time cannot erase.


What is expected next?

Gianluigi Donnarumma moved to Milan at the age of 14, joining older brother and fellow guardian Antonio at the club, and just two years later made his first team bow against Sassuolo. As his reputation grew, he was constantly accompanied by transfer rumors, and this year refused to sign his contract renewal, leading Milan to the football Champions League for 2021-22.