Paris Saint-Germain coach Luis Enrique is not worried about the reception that Gianluigi Donnarumma will find with the French club when he returns to San Siro to face Milan in the Champions League.
PSG met the Italian club at the Parc des Princes two weeks ago, when Enrique's men managed to win a clean treble.
The meeting will be renewed at Milan's historic stadium, with a difficult reception expected for Donnarumma, who began his career at Milan and left after refusing to extend his contract with Stefano Pioli's men in the summer of 2021.
When asked how Donnarumma was preparing for the expected wave of boos and hostile chants, the former Spain coach replied: "It's normal in football and many have been exposed to it."
"I don't think it's going to affect Donnarumma, he's one of the best goalkeepers in the world and he can handle the situation."
"We exchanged more laughter and jokes than we talked about how he was received and what he would be exposed to at San Siro."
Paris Saint-Germain leads its group with 6 points, while Newcastle and Dortmund come in second place with 4 points each, and Milan is only two points behind the standings.
Milan have yet to score a goal in the groups, and the hope is that one of the Rossoneri forwards will break the knot against Donnarumma.