FilGoal | News | Moggi for the Joule: Maldini made a mistake by neglecting Donnarumma


Luciano Moggi, former sporting director of Juventus, said: “I was previously impressed by the work of Paolo Madelini, Milan’s technical director, who signed excellent young players for the future, but I liked him less this year.”

Moggi added in statements to “The administrator must see the future, and the future here for example is called Gianluigi Donnarumma.”

He stressed, “When I contracted with Buffon, I contracted with a guard who protected the team’s den for 20 years. The same thing could have happened with Milan because Donnarumma is 22 years old, and it was also possible that he was the Juve goalkeeper, so I blame Milan and Juventus for Donnarumma’s departure to Paris Saint-Germain.” French”.

He explained, “We lost the player in the interest of Paris, this club that does what it wants without accounts, and therefore it was necessary to deal with Donnarumma in the same way that happened with Buffon.”

Moggi praised Donnarummas performance, saying: “He is the first goalkeeper of the Italian national team and he is known to all, and we all saw the player in the last Euro Championship. Italy won because of Donnarummas brilliance in many matches in which Italy won on penalties.”

He pointed out that “the team should have given Donnarumma a salary of about 12 million and not signed Ibrahimovic, so Maldini made a big mistake.”

It is noteworthy that Italian goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma left for the French club Paris Saint-Germain on a 5-year contract until June 2026, and helped Donnarumma, the winner of the European Player of the Year award 2020, in leading Italy to crown the title at the expense of England.

Milan also finished second in the Italian league last season and qualified for the Champions League for the first time since the 2013-2014 season.


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