Gianluigi Donnarumma will be Public Enemy No. 1 when Paris Saint-Germain hits the pitch on Tuesday at San Siro. As a result, the 24-year-old has to prepare for the booing and whistling from the fans. After leaving the Serie A side in 2021, the supporters haven’t forgotten how he left.
Nonetheless, Kylian Mbappé did his best on Monday to prepare his teammate for what he will expect. According to RMC Sport, Mbappé got closer to him, singing “Donnarumma, Donnarumma” with his arm raised and a big smile to imitate the hostile chants.
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Although the Frenchman did it from a comedic perspective during the contest, Donnarumma must remain composed in a stadium where probably 90 percent of the people will solely focus on him to rattle him.
If the Italian goalkeeper can block out the noise, which won’t be easy, PSG can walk out of the San Siro with three points. Furthermore, if Donnarumma wants to quiet the crowd, he can do so with a clean sheet and let his performance speak for itself.