Mbappé starts the war

The declaration of the star in the club's magazine ("I want to win the Champions League in Paris") is the beginning of a war that will last five months.

Mbappé-starts-the-war

PSG is still looking for any means of escape to retain Mbappé. If a month ago it was Al-Khelaïfi who assured that the forward will not leave this summer or free, now it has been the official club magazine that has wanted to launch a message to calm the waters in the French capital. Together with Neymar, the French international has been the main protagonist of PSG Magazine, which goes on sale at the beginning of next week and in which both Mbappé and the Brazilian have been interviewed.

Although Bondy's intention is still not to renew, having made it known to his coach, Mauricio Pochettino, his statements have set off alarms for Madrid. In the interview in the official magazine for PSG, Mbappé stated that his big dream is to win the Champions League with PSG: "My big dream is to be able to win the European Cup with PSG, it would be fantastic." Some statements that were made in May, days before Mbappé left to play the Eurocup with France and that have not interfered in his firm decision not to renew with PSG.

The current scenario regarding the Monaco youth squad leans more towards a continuity of one year and then leaving for free rather than a possible transfer in summer. PSG will do everything possible to retain its star, to the point that Nasser Al-Khelaïfi, president of the Parisian entity, has meddled in the negotiations due to Leonardo's failure. However, the player already told Pochettino that he did not want to renew just to rejoin training last week. Mbappé is still waiting for Real Madrid, although the most likely scenario is that it will arrive for free during the summer of 2022.



Photos from as.com
Powered by Blogger.