Maignan Mike

Mike Peterson Maignan is a French professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for the France national team. Maignan came through the youth teams at Paris Saint-Germain, he was an unused substitute several times but never played. In 2015 he joined Lille for €1 million, and became their first-choice in 2017. He was voted Ligue 1’s goalkeeper of the year in 2018–19, and won the league title in 2020–21. He then moved to AC Milan for €15 million, winning Serie A in his first season and making the Team of the Season. After earning 37 caps for France at youth level, Maignan made his senior international debut in 2020. He was selected in the French squad for UEFA Euro 2020. Maignan was born in Cayenne, French Guiana, to a Haitian mother and a French father.



Milan vs Cremonese

Unwashed Match Worn Shirt

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This shirt was worn by Mike Maignan during the Serie A game between Milan and Cremonese which took place in Milan, “Giuseppe Meazza” Stadium, on May 3rd 2023.  Milan draw 1-1 and at the end of the game Maignan swapped his shirt with a Cremonese’s player whom we got it from. The shirt is kept unwashed and it is very recognizable from game’s footages. On 27 May 2021, Maignan agreed to sign for Serie A club AC Milan on a five-year contract, effective from 1 July. He arrived for a reported fee of €15 million, as a replacement for PSG-bound Gianluigi Donnarumma. He made his debut on 23 August, a 1–0 win at Sampdoria. On 19 September in a league match against Juventus, Maignan was the victim of verbal racial abuse by a Juventus supporter; he responded by calling himself “black and proud”. The supporter was later identified and reported to police, and expelled from the Juventus Club Castagnaro fan club. On 13 October 2021, Maignan underwent surgery to his left wrist injury and he was expected to be out of action for ten weeks, but returned to the field after six weeks. He made crucial saves against Inter, to help his team win a narrow 2–1 derby on 5 February. Eight days later, he assisted Rafael Leão’s goal in a 1–0 win against Sampdoria, being the first assist made by an AC Milan goalkeeper in Serie A since Dida in 2006. Maignan was awarded the trophy for Best Goalkeeper in Serie A ahead of the last match of the season on 22 May 2022. Milan won the game 3–0 away to Sassuolo for their first league title since 2011; it was his record 17th clean sheet of the season. On 18 April 2023, he saved a penalty from Khvicha Kvaratskhelia during a 1–1 away draw against Napoli in the 2022–23 UEFA Champions League quarter-final second leg, which helped his team to qualify to the semi-final, by winning 2–1 on aggregate, for the first time since the 2006–07 season.


Match Worn Gloves

Milan A.C.

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These gloves were worn by Maignan during the season 2021/2022. Maignan played in the lower categories of Paris Saint-Germain before being promoted in 2013 to the first team. He participated in the 2013–14 UEFA Youth League in which his team reached the quarter-finals, being eliminated by Real Madrid. In June 2013 Maignan signed his first professional contract, of three years.[8] On 18 December, he was in a matchday squad for the first time, sitting on the bench for Nicolas Douchez in a 2–1 win over Saint-Étienne in the last 16 of the Coupe de la Ligue. On 19 January 2014 he was included in a Ligue 1 game for the first time, remaining unused as Salvatore Sirigu played in a 5–0 win over Nantes at the Parc des Princes. In August 2015, Maignan transferred to fellow Ligue 1 club Lille for €1 million on a five-year deal. He made his professional debut on 18 September in a 1–1 draw at Rennes, as a substitute for Yassine Benzia after Vincent Enyeama was sent off in the 69th minute. With his first touch, he saved the penalty from Paul-Georges Ntep; however, in five minutes, he conceded a goal from the same player.

Euro 2020

Match Worn Boots

France National Team

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Maignan played for France at every level from under-16 to under-21. He captained the under-17 side at the 2012 European Championship in Slovenia. He received his first senior call-up in May 2019, ahead of UEFA Euro 2020 qualifiers against Turkey and Andorra and a friendly with Bolivia. He made his debut on 7 October 2020 as a half-time substitute for Steve Mandanda in a friendly against Ukraine, which ended as a 7–1 win at the Stade de France.[33] In May 2021, he was called up for the delayed Euro 2020 finals. On 6 June 2022, Maignan made his competitive international debut in a 1–1 UEFA Nations League draw away to Croatia, conceding a late penalty by Andrej Kramarić. Calf injuries in September and October that year ruled him out of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.