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Gianluigi Donnarumma vows to get AC Milan badge tattooed on his arm despite San Siro abuse

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Goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma vows to get AC Milan badge tattooed on his arm despite being booed on his return to the San Siro with Italy after angering fans by quitting his boyhood club to join PSG

  • The 22-year-old left his boyhood club under a cloud over the summer 
  • Fans were angry after he ran down his contract and joined PSG on a free transfer
  • The Italy goalkeeper was jeered by fans on his return to the San Siro last week











Gianluigi Donnarumma has vowed to get a temporary AC Milan tattoo made permanent despite being booed on his return to the San Siro last week

The 22-year-old left his boyhood club under a cloud after running down his contract and joining Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer over the summer.

He returned to the San Siro last week for Italy’s clash against Spain in the Nations League semi-final. 

Gianluigi Donnarumma has vowed to get a temporary AC Milan tattoo made permanent

Gianluigi Donnarumma has vowed to get a temporary AC Milan tattoo made permanent

Gianluigi Donnarumma has vowed to get a temporary AC Milan tattoo made permanent

Donnarumma was jeered by fans throughout a 2-1 defeat for the 10-man Azzurri against Spain.  

However, the goalkeeper allowed a Milan crest to be printed on his arm whilst appearing appearing on the Le lene TV show over the weekend.

As the interview was ending, the reporter asked: ‘When you get to Paris, you go to a tattoo artist and make it permanent?’

And Donnarumma replied: ‘We’ll see, we’ll see… Ok, alright then!’

Donnarumma allowed a Milan crest to be printed on his arm during the Le lene TV show

Donnarumma allowed a Milan crest to be printed on his arm during the Le lene TV show

The goalkeeper was jeered by fans throughout Italy's defeat by Spain at the San Siro last week

The goalkeeper was jeered by fans throughout Italy’s defeat by Spain at the San Siro last week

After his frosty reception at the San Siro, Donnarumma said he hoped that in time he could win the fans over.

‘I will always love them. I will always have a Rossonero heart,’ he claimed.

‘There is a bit of disappointment with the whistles. I spent eight years at Milan and it’s always an emotion to come back to San Siro. I grew up here and I remain a supporter of the club.

‘You don’t forget eight years like that… I hope to be better welcomed next time.’

Donnarumma angered fans by quitting his boyhood club to join PSG on a free transfer

Donnarumma angered fans by quitting his boyhood club to join PSG on a free transfer



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