Message of Donnarumma Milan ‘hacked’?
Gianluigi Donnarumma, goalkeeper of AC Milan, has claimed that his Instagram account has been hacked apparently after promising to discuss regarding the new contract with the club.
Gianluigi Donnarumma, aged 18, has still one year remaining in his San Siro deal, and Mino Raiola, Donnarumma's agent, indicated before that the Italian will not renew his contract. Om Sunday, Donnarumma has hit back while responding to the reports that he could leave Raiola and stay with AC Milan through a posting on his personal Twitter account as "#Donnarumma#Raiola Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow".
The goalkeeper posted a longer message on the Instagram later this evening apologizing for the "firestorm" due to that tweet, and then promising that "as soon as the Euros are finished, I will meet the club along with my agent and my family to discuss my renewal."
It also saw Donnarumma "reiterate my absolute love for Milan and its fans." However, just after more than an hour, Donnarumma tweeted "Hacking on my account. I am closing social media." Footfall-italia.net posted on June 25th, 2017, stating that he deleted his whole account of Instagram including pro-Milan message, although the Twitter account stayed intact.
Agent Mino Raiola, this evening, further tweeted one bizarre message: "DONNARAIOLA x HATERS 1-0. What's next?" His existing deal will expire on June' 2018; and Vincenzo Montella, the Coach, helped 'charm offensive' for winning over Donnarumma's family, pleading them to consider the decision again.
Telelombardia, Sky Sport Italia, and various other media sources have claimed that Milan are aware of Instagram message and also it was authentic, therefore it is unclear that whether it was a hacked message.
The Soap Opera of Gianluigi Donnarumma is getting better and better. Hardly few minutes after an update posting on his personal Instagram account declaring that he would negotiate to extend his contract with AC Milan after U21 Euro, and promised of meeting the Club just after the completion of European Championship along with his family and agent for discussing regarding the contract renewal.
And just now, Donnarumma has put out a new post stating that his account has been hacked and then deleted the original post on Instagram. Since then, he has deleted his personal Instagram account.
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