Football NewsKylian Mbappe criticizes comments about his pick
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Kylian says he never asked PSG to sign a player during his time at the club, firing back at comments from President Nasser Al-Khelaifi amid ongoing speculation about his future.


Kylian Mbappe is here to represent France

France’s time at the Parc des Princes looks potentially on borrowed time, with the striker’s recruitment contract to expire in 2022 and no new deal has yet been agreed between the Ligue 1 and 22-year-old giants. Kylian Mbappe previously admitted he was unsure about his future, prompting comments from Nasser claiming the forward has no say over recruitment – and ahead of opener Les Bleus’ Group F on Tuesday against Germany, the World Cup winner has now fought back in the war. words.

Initially in his pre-match press conference, before yielding on the phrasing of his president, Kylian Mbappe said that he was not interested, he was here to represent France, most importantly the French national team, Kylian did not want to disrupt the group. Nasser Al-Khelaifi said he won’t select recruits? Kylian Mbappe will simply reply that he never asked the president or sports director for Leonardo for a single. According to Kylian Mbappe, he is a simple footballer, must be content with the field. he never asked for a single from Paris Saint-Germain.


Future Kylian Mbappe

There is widespread speculation over whether the former Monaco will decide to resume his stay in the French capital, on the margins of a difficult season for Pochettino both domestically and abroad. The failure of both to maintain their Ligue 1 crown – slipping into Lille – and match their Champions League final bow in 2019-20, at the bare minimum, seems to have left a turbulent atmosphere in its wake. Kylian Mbappe, a pivotal figure in France’s 2018 FIFA World Cup triumph, rarely desired silverware and success in his career, but now – just months after fellow superstar Neymar struck a new deal – may be set to exit Paris Saint-Germain next year for free, with his contract going down.