Dropping Exam, Donnarumma Beatled by the Minister of Education of Italy
After crowded reported about the extension of the contract with AC Milan to make fans growled, Gianluigi Donnarumma (18 years) again seized the public’s attention. This time related to education.
Italian Education Minister Valeria Fedeli directly issued an open letter to AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma to complete his studies at the secondary scuola level in secondo grado or equivalent to senior high school in Indonesia.
“I sincerely hope you can quickly complete education next year without a doubt and be accompanied by a full commitment,” Fedeli wrote in his letter via La Gazzetta dello Sport.
“I do not want to judge your decisions, but I hope you can show that top athletes can also be good students, as your predecessors did.
This letter was issued by the minister to remind Donnarumma after the goalkeeper absent from the final exams after defending the Italian national team at the U-21 European Cup in late June 2017 in Poland.
Without thinking, Donnarumma chooses to take a vacation in Ibiza. He did not want his breakthroughs again disturbed after defending Italy before re-struggling with the world of football with Milan in the game pre-season facing the 2017-2018 season.
Donnarumma who follow the acceleration class in order to get a higher school diploma sooner must take the exam. If not, he can just take a similar exam a year later to complete his studies.
In the next year, it does not mean Donnarumma has much time to prepare for his exam. He also has a chance to be selected to defend Italy in the 2018 World Cup held in Russia.
This attitude is not directly proportional to his senior in the Italian national team, Giorgio Chiellini. Although busy defending Juventus, 32-year-old defender was still able to provide time to complete the study S-2 Business Administration at the University of Turin.