Gigio Donnarumma insists he wants to stay at PSG and try to win the Champions League in 2022-23.

Mauricio Pochettino had suggested that he would no longer rotate his goalkeepers next season, while Keylor Navas said things must change ‘one way or another’, hinting that he or Donnarumma would leave the club in the summer.

However, the Italy international seems to have clear ideas about his future at the club.

“I will stay at PSG and try to win the Champions League,” the 23-year-old told Sky Sport Italia after winning the Ligue 1.

“It was a great satisfaction. I’ve settled in my first season here and I am pleased with how it’s gone. We are sorry for the disappointment in the Champions League, but we’ll try to make up for it.”

Donnarumma reacts to PSG winning the title with surprising picture

PSG fans booed the team and left the stadium earlier in the decisive match against Lens yesterday, highlighting their disappointment with the European campaign that ended in the Round of 16.

“We are sorry about it, but we understand them,” said Donnarumma.

“We also wanted to do well in Europe, we suffered inside the dressing room after the elimination. We’ll try to win the Champions League in the future.”

Donnarumma has played 22 games across all competitions this season, two less than his teammate Keylor Navas. He has conceded 20 goals, keeping eight clean sheets.

He was among the responsible for PSG’s Champions League exit due to a wrong pass that sparked Madrid’s comeback in the second leg of the Champions League Round of 16 at the Bernabeu. Gigio’s contract in Paris expires in June 2026.

4 thought on “Donnarumma reveals truth about his future at PSG”
  1. At only 23, he has gone to a club with lofty ambitions straight after the Euro. He has then had to cope with being rotated, and that’s never a good thing for a keeper. Add to that him having to settle at a new club, new country and also no previous champ league experience, it was always going to be a trying first season.

  2. This rag is obsessed with this kid. Every other article is him or Conte. Give the clickbait a rest. I remember when FI was a useful read. Now it’s just infested with cookies, spam, web trackers, and clickbait unsourced garbage. Shameful.

  3. He should never have decided to leave Milan. Period.

    The True Vittorio-
    Third only to Vittorio Pozzo and my dear grandfather.

  4. I’ve made some bad decisions in my life, but at least I’ve never followed Mino Raiola’s advice and gone after the money.

    Sorry Donna my dude, I think your career’s going to stagnate if you stay there for too long.

    I hate the idea of you playing for Juve, but I think it’s your only option to get back to your old self.

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