Witty ‘Dollar-umma’ Money Sells Like Hot Cakes Online

Milan fans came up with a sharp-witted idea to heckle Gianluigi Donnarumma during their most recent UEFA Champions League win against PSG. Goals from Rafael Leao and Olivier Giroud sealed the deal for Stefano Pioli’s men despite Milan Skriniar netting against his former rivals to open proceedings.

Donnarumma left Milan on sour terms, leaving the Rossoneri as a free agent after failing to reach a contract extension agreement. Milan fans had a stern message for their former beloved goalkeeper before the clash against the Parisians.

“Donnarumma will see how San Siro receives traitors,” and proceeded to throw money with his face with the tag of ‘Mercenario’ and called him ‘Dollar-rumma’ in the process. Those notes are now selling like hot cakes on the internet, with each of them on the market for 3-5 euros for a single piece and bundles going for up to 30 euros.

Milan supporters also greeted the PSG No. 1 with number 71 shirts, which means ‘man without values’ in Napoli. Donnarumma spent six years in Milan, coming through the Rossoneri youth system, but left for Paris due to the mega money on offer.

Donnarumma had already played twice at San Siro with Italy and was booed back then as well. However, the recent one was his first appearance against Milan at his former home.

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