Serie A: Struggling has to spur AC Milan to the Champions League – Gianluigi Donnarumma

Serie A: Struggling has to spur AC Milan to the Champions League – Gianluigi Donnarumma

The young goalkeeper is distressed to reunite the Rossoneri into the Champions League’at which the team deserves to become’

AC Milan must exploit the sour experience of falling on that a top-four finish last year and concentrate on making amends at 2019-20, based on Gianluigi Donnarumma.

Goalkeeper Donnarumma had been hurt at Milan’s 3-2 victory over SPAL on that the last day of this 2018-19 effort, an outcome that wasn’t really good enough to view these pip rivals Inter to fourth location.

The Rossoneri won’t play in Europe at all at the upcoming season, the team reaching a deal with UEFA to function a ban following violating Financial Fair Play rules.

But, Donnarumma had underlined his devotion to the origin as Milan try to recover their place in Europe’s top table under new trainer Marco Giampaolo.

“I was angry to leave the area early in Ferrara [against SPAL] but I am excited to start the new year,” Donnarumma informed Milan TV.

“It is upsetting that we will not be in Europe this season but as our trainer and manager said, we are now able to concentrate on returning into the Champions League, in which the team deserves to be.

“We’re qualified for the Champions League with only 10 minutes to go but we all know how it ended.

“We’re disappointed but it needs to be an increase for us to attain our target this season.”

Donnarumma, that has been linked with a move to Paris Saint-Germain through the close period, is enormously experienced despite being just 20, although he suffers adrenal nerves.

“The very first day of instruction is always a flurry of feelings,” he explained.

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“It always feels like my first time in Milanello and I am excited. I am eager to start training and give all. We must give our best to be able to come back to where we must be, which can be in Europe.

“I am more mature although I am only 20 years old but I feel like a guy today, that can be thanks to AC Milan, and that I feel exactly the identical manner on the pitch.

“I’ve greatly improved in several aspects, but I still need to improve a whole lot, as it’s insufficient — you always need to present your best in each training session so as to continuously improve.”

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