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Milan supporters protest Donnarumma by throwing fake money on pitch

Since electing to turn down a contract extension with AC Milan in midweek, Gianluigi Donnarumma has become public enemy No. 1 in the city of Milan. Milan were caught off guard by the 18-year-old's decision and supporters of the Italian giants have been very vocal with their disapproval and frustration at the news.

On Sunday, in Krakow, Poland, at the Under-21 European Championships, Milan supporters found a new way to protest and show their displeasure with Donnarumma. How, you ask? Well, by showering the Italian goalkeeper's goal with fake dollar bills, of course!

Milan fans throw fake money at Gianluigi Donnarumma at the European U-21 tournament after he refused club's contract offer.

Supporters also hung a banner behind the goal that read "Dollarumma" and the match even needed to be stopped briefly while workers tried to clear the pitch. Donnarumma and super-agent Mino Raiola have been widely criticised for the decision to turn down Milan's contract offer, but this response is definitely a new one.

If Donnarumma is facing this level of criticism in Poland, one can only imagine what he will face when he returns to Milan -- where he is still under contract for the time being. This is likely just the beginning of what could be a very awkward summer in Milan.

Raiola and Donnarumma wanted Milan to show them the money, and on Sunday, the fans did just that ... literally.

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