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Gianluigi Buffon Cautions Gianluigi Donnarumma That He Would Face Criticism For The Rest Of His Life

Gianluigi Buffon has spoken out about the pressure of expectation that has surrounded him since the start of his career, and has cautioned Gianluigi Donnarumma that he, too, will be scrutinized.
Buffon returned to Parma this summer after leaving the Old Lady for Juventus in 2001. The Italian spent a season at Paris Saint-Germain in 2018-19 before returning to Parma.
The 43-year-old won Ligue 1 during his stint at the Parc des Princes, but it was a blunder against Manchester United in the Champions League round of 16 that cost PSG, as they were eliminated on away goals.
Gianluigi Buffon has reflected on his gaffe against Manchester United in 2019 The veteran’s spillage was pounced on by Romelu Lukaku as the Red Devils won on away goals Buffon has cautioned Gianluigi Donnarumma to expect criticism in his career With the French side two goals ahead in the tie and equal at 1-1 on the night, Marcus Rashford’s speculative shot was spilt by Buffon
Buffon told La Gazzetta dello Sport: ‘I had a fantastic season in Paris.’
That was a mistake I made in the Champions League.
‘That cost us a lot of money, but we didn’t lose the game 1-0; we lost it 3-1.’
For everyone, it was a awful night.
‘I’ve been treading on thin ice since I was 17 years old,’ she says.
It occurred at Juventus, PSG, and it will happen again in Parma because I am going ahead with my plans and someone does not like it.
‘The truth is that the best ones never forgive anything; they are simply waiting for you to fail.’
‘That will happen to (Gianluigi) Donnarumma as well, but he must maintain his composure since he is so powerful.’
In Paris, everything will go good for him, even better than well.
‘We texted each other during the Europeans, talking about PSG and other things,’ Donnarumma said. Donnarumma signed with PSG only days after saving two penalties in a shootout against England in the Euro 2020 final, helping Italy win the trophy for the first time in 53 years.
Buffon, meanwhile, has returned to Parma after 19 trophy-laden seasons at Juventus. The 22-year-old, who was also voted player of the tournament, had played 251 times for AC Milan since making his debut at the age of 16, but elected to run down his contract despite the club’s desire for him to go.
In the same interview, Buffon expressed his desire to play with Donnarumma at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
By that time, the 2006 World Cup winner will be 44, and his present emphasis is on helping Parma return to Serie A after their relegation last season.

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