News spread this week that the 18-year-old stopper would not be signing a new contract with his boyhood club and would instead be seeking pastures new.
Earlier this week, news broke that the Italian teenager had turned down the offer of a substantial new contract at the San Siro, with only a year left on his current deal. Many see Donnarumma as a ready made replacement.
However, Mirabelli has insisted the Italy worldwide won't be sold, despite the San Siro club running the risk of losing the highly coveted keeper for free next summer.
Raiola has received much of the criticism, accused of turning Donnarumma's head away from Milan for his own financial gain, but he was typically unapologetic following his announcement that the player would be leaving. The player evaluated it and made some evaluations that were not just economic, but he told us that he does not wish to renew the contract and his time with Milan will therefore conclude by June 30, 2018.
Donnarumma's stance with Milan has upset numerous club's supporters while making global headlines.
"It's the coach who makes the decisions".
Chants also began to break out on the terraces, with fans expressing their displeasure that the homegrown star may be willing to turn his back on the club who had raised him.
Play had to be stopped as Italy took on Denmark when supporters holding up a "Dollarumma" sign behind his goal flung a horde of fake dollar bills onto the pitch.