Already enjoying PSG, Italy’s mainstay goalkeeper thinks Milan is just a thing of the past – 1NEWS

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Donnarumma already enjoys playing at PSG and considers Milan the past – Despite having a close past with AC Milan, Italy’s main goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma admits that he is now enjoying his future with PSG while the Rossoneri are just a thing of the past.

Having created controversy at the start of the summer transfer market for refusing an offer to extend a contract with AC Milan and choosing to become a player on a free transfer, Gianluigi Donnarumma finally landed at PSG. After having missed the first few games of the French giants, this weekend the goalkeeper made his debut for Mauricio Pochettino’s side.

Donnarumma successfully started his debut match with a 4-0 win over Clermont and after the match he told the media he was happy to be playing for PSG. As reported by Football Italia, the 22-year-old admitted that he now enjoys being a part of Les Parisiens because it was well received by all the players.

Now for Donnarumma Milan is just a thing of the past and he is ready to give the best for his new team especially in their ambition to win the title at the end of the season. The goalkeeper also admitted that he wanted to be able to give happiness to the fans of Les Parisiens and that would certainly be possible only by winning a trophy.

Donnarumma certainly hopes that he will become a new mainstay for PSG, because the competition for the main place under the rule of the Ligue 1 rulers is quite tight with Keylor Navas. As the main goalkeeper of European champions Italy, he certainly hopes to be playing regularly to keep his place as goalkeeper for the Gli Azzurri.

In addition, with his decision to be reluctant to extend his contract at Milan, of course now he wants to be an important player for PSG and make a new history for his career. Currently he is still getting a lot of negative votes from the Rossoneri supporters who are disappointed because the great goalkeeper from the Red Black squad’s academy so easily left them in the transfer market for free.

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