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^ I agree. Trust me, I'd be very satisfied to get payback and have him miss the world cup/miss an entire year I wouldn't even let him train if it was up to me. However, the best decision is probably to move on get some decent money for him even 40-50mln and reinvest it right away. I don't see clubs paying 100mln euros for him with a year of contract left.

At the minimum, he could've renewed to enable us to have more negotiating power when we sell him. We literally groomed the kid from when he was nothing, he did absolutely nothing to show that he appreciates or remotely cares about this club in making the decision to leave. Not just by the fact that he's leaving to begin with, but more so the way the situation was handled.

I don't see anybody paying 100m for him right now, as I've said. But let's just sell him and move on. Karma will come around I guarantee he'll go to Madrid and get crushed. I'd gladly have Keylor Navas come this way as part of the deal - better he stays at Madrid maybe, I guarantee he'll keep gigio on the bench for a few years.
(06-15-2017, 08:39 PM)nefremo Wrote: [ -> ]Just saw this on R&B...... Niang to Everton is a done deal according to "Liverpool Echo". As a matter of fact, they claim that Niang was at their training ground today. (19mil Euros)

Good deal

Very good deal IMO.

Swap Donnarumma with Rodriguez
Use that 20m + players/cash to buy Belotti.

With Donnarumma/Niang on their way out we almost had a free mercato so I expect our management to still have at least 100-150m to spend.
Wouldn't allocate more than 20m to a new goalkeeper, we can find a GK who's good enough at that price. Where is Sirigu playing these days?
Lots of talk about Donnarumma joining Juve. If that happens I don't know what I'll do.

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(06-15-2017, 08:45 PM)WCmilan Wrote: [ -> ]Very good deal IMO.

Swap Donnarumma with Rodriguez
Use that 20m + players/cash to buy Belotti.

With Donnarumma/Niang on their way out we almost had a free mercato so I expect our management to still have at least 100-150m to spend.
Wouldn't allocate more than 20m to a new goalkeeper, we can find a GK who's good enough at that price. Where is Sirigu playing these days?

Sirigu's in Osasuna if memory serves me right. 

@Stitch. Yes Man City offered more money, but Players still have the option to choose which team they want to join. Even now with Donnarumma, if we force him to go to PSG and he doesn't want to go, he still has the power to veto it. Just because Kaka decided not to join the highest paying team doesn't mean he didn't love us any less. Everyone will look out for themselves first, not even a footballer would be so selfless as to agree to a move that would provide the club he's leaving with more money over moving to a club like madrid (who still paid us a sick amount of money mind you) to further his career. In any case, the money was used to pay off our debts, just because we could have gotten a few million more for a project he wasn't interested in joining doesn't make him an evil human being or anything.

If Dollarumma wants to join Juve, Juve will have to swap Dybala for him. That or they can get him next season when he's been out of competitive football for a season.
The hell with Dybala. That little shit rejected us to go to Juventus. If Juventus and Raiola have a deal, than they can wait until next season when he has been sitting in the stands for a full year. I doubt they will offer him as high of a salary anyway. For this reason, I don't think he is going to Juventus.

IMO, there is no way that he stays in Milan past this summer. He is the most hated Milan player at the moment by all fans. The fans are backing the management and they hate Donnarumma. All fans. Us that don't live in Milano, and the ones that do. It will be extremely difficult for him to continue living in Milano right now. He will be insulted everywhere he goes. I am also willing to bet that even though we are talking about professionals and things like these happen, this isn't going to sit well with some of the current Milan players also and especially not with the management who seem to be pissed as hell.

So he is leaving, I have no doubt in my mind about that. The question is, where is he going, and how can we make the situation as favorable as possible for us??? Clearly nobody is going to pay 100mil for an 18 year old GK that has 1 year left on his contract and is refusing to extend. The clubs that could even possibly consider this are Utd (who already have De Gea), Real (who just won the double with Navas, so it's not like they need him), City (who just bought a keeper for 50mil +), Barcelona (they have 2 young GKs and don't see them paying big for another one), and PSG (currently the most likely option imo).

I think the most we will be able to get at this point is 50mil. That might be a stretch too.....because they just fucked us by announcing that they won't sign a renewal. Had they signed the renewal, we could have at least made some sort of a deal with them to still sell him this year or next for a fixed sum. But now we are screwed in terms of selling for a huge sum. But that's fine. 50mil is nothing to be too upset about. Take 10-15 from that to buy another keeper and use the rest for other purchases. Ideally as I've said before, we could possibly get PSG or possibly Madrid to give us a player + 25/30mil or something like that. That'll work too.
(06-15-2017, 09:27 PM)nefremo Wrote: [ -> ]IMO, there is no way that he stays in Milan past this summer. He is the most hated Milan player at the moment by all fans. The fans are backing the management and they hate Donnarumma. All fans. Us that don't live in Milano, and the ones that do. It will be extremely difficult for him to continue living in Milano right now. He will be insulted everywhere he goes. I am also willing to bet that even though we are talking about professionals and things like these happen, this isn't going to sit well with some of the current Milan players also and especially not with the management who seem to be pissed as hell.

Just keep him untill first Euro game so that he can feel the love from stands. Put him on goal in front of San Siro and than sub him out after 30 secs so that he can receive ovations too while leaving pitch. (two subs for game against that kind of opponent should be enough). And than sell him mid august. Of course if he refuses to play than legaly confiscate his salary etc...
what would take for us to forgive him i wonder? (if ever)
So apparently he'd been groomed by Merda before signing for us.

http://www.football-italia.net/104212/sc...ys-trouble

Finally understand why this is happening, he's got blue and black genes to begin with....
And his brother-in-law is a turd.
(06-15-2017, 09:27 PM)nefremo Wrote: [ -> ]IMO, there is no way that he stays in Milan past this summer. He is the most hated Milan player at the moment by all fans. The fans are backing the management and they hate Donnarumma. All fans. Us that don't live in Milano, and the ones that do. It will be extremely difficult for him to continue living in Milano right now. He will be insulted everywhere he goes. I am also willing to bet that even though we are talking about professionals and things like these happen, this isn't going to sit well with some of the current Milan players also and especially not with the management who seem to be pissed as hell.

Yeah I agree. To be honest I think he's ruined his reputation more than he thinks. Fact is that most football fans out there who are not direct rivals like Juve and Inter tend to like us, and the general mood that I see online these days is that A LOT of people seem to want Milan to return to what it once was. You can even go to a Juve forum and you'll find people who wouldn't mind seeing us become real competitors in Serie A and the Champions League again. While other fans won't be angry like us, they will recognise a club traitor when they see one. This is Figo to Real Madrid level sh*t.
(06-15-2017, 09:49 PM)Ryo Wrote: [ -> ]So apparently he'd been groomed by Merda before signing for us.

http://www.football-italia.net/104212/sc...ys-trouble

Finally understand why this is happening, he's got blue and black genes to begin with....
And his brother-in-law is a turd.

http://imgur.com/a/7V4z1

^^^^^^...a picture of Gigio, at the age of 8 or 9 in a local youth team wearing a Merda team...mmmmm indeed...

The man who first discovered Gianluigi Donnarumma tells Milan there were warning signs of trouble long before he started working with Mino Raiola.

Today the goalkeeper informed the club, via agent Raiola, that he would not be signing a new contract and his rapport with the Rossoneri can therefore end on June 30, 2018.

“I might come off as unpleasant to some, but I was one of the very few people who saw this coming,” Giocondo Martorelli told TMW Radio.

It was Martorelli who first discovered Donnarumma as a child and got him a trial at Inter.

“Knowing various situations, at Milan before and also after, it’s not surprising that Donnarumma won’t renew the contract. It’s a problem that needs to be tracked down to the start to understand who is responsible for reaching this point a year before the end of the contract.

“I know everything about Donnarumma – his family, relatives, every corner of his home. There are things that really surprise me, namely that big newspapers and television stations pretended not to know what was behind him and always has been. Donnarumma’s history is complex and this is the final result of behaviour that hasn’t been fair from the start.

“I wouldn’t say I discovered him, as I was just fortunate to be in the right place at the right time. He was 10 years old and even a blind man would’ve been able to tell Donnarumma was a talent.

“I saw this kid in Naples and immediately called Piero Ausilio at Inter. For three-and-a-half years, up until 2013, he was being groomed by Inter and had several trial runs there.

“It all went fine until the moment he was set to sign the written contract with the club. That afternoon, we all reached an agreement – him, his father and mother – after four intense years.

“The next morning, they agreed terms with Milan, without warning or fair play. There were some precedents that made me think Donnarumma could get into this situation with Milan.

“I am perplexed at his decision not to stay with a club like Milan, but then I have my ideas on the matter…

“I’ll just repeat: his family in 2013 signed for Inter. They returned to Naples, the next morning took a plane and signed for Milan. The contract they had signed less than 24 hours earlier was worthless.

“What more do I have to say? I am stunned that some reporters continue to not know the situation or pretend not to listen.”

Meanwhile, this evening Donnarumma’s brother-in-law posted a message on social media and quickly deleted it again, but not before it was screencapped.

“Those who criticise you don’t know you. Milan, a club of clowns.”


a club of clowns...really??...be seeing you then...arrivaderci dickbag
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