AC Milan aim thinly-veiled jab at Raiola over Donnarumma fiasco

AC Milan aim thinly-veiled jab at Raiola over Donnarumma fiasco

Mirabelli, however, remains confident of retaining Donnarumma - who signed a new contract in July to keep him at Milan through to 2021 having been reluctant to do so following a drawn-out saga, while the 48-year-old seemingly blamed Raiola for the latest development.

Newspaper Corriere dello Sport claims the agent has requested the contract is annulled on the grounds of moral abuse suffered by Donnarumma as his contract wrangle with the club rumbled on.

Donnarumma was reduced to tears and had to be consoled by teammate Leonardo Bonucci before kick-off and in the dressing room after the game.

"Psychological violence by giving you €6 million a season & signing your parasite brother?"

Milan manager Gennaro Gatusso said after the game that he will do his best to protect Donnarumma.

The 18-year-old is one of the hottest properties in world football but potential buyers were dealt a hammer blow in June when the teenager penned a new deal at the San Siro.

With Donnarumma reportedly determined to leave and Milan fans out in force to express their anger, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain have both been credited with an interest in the goalkeeper.

At the end of the match, Massimiliano Mirabelli - the sporting director at Milan - faced the media in an attempt to calm the situation, and call out the provocateur.

"If the club says it doesn't need to sell anyone, nor wants to, then why should we even talk about this? I can only thank him for what he's doing", Gattuso said. We will not be grabbed by the throat by anyone. "There is no doubt that there is someone inventing things on goal, but we will protect the club", he said, with an implicit reference to Mino Raiola. "We know where the evil comes from, we hope to solve this issue over the next few months". "There's someone who is trying to organize something deliberately, but we will look out for Milan's interests in every arena".

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