Ronaldinho has strong feelings about how Lionel Messi and Neymar have treated their fans despite the trophies.
What did Ronaldinho say?
The Brazilian star took to the whistle directed at two of the best players in PSG this season, rhetorically asking if fans would like to have the worst players in the world rather than two of today’s greats. The first reunion campaign between the former Barcelona duo gave the Ligue 1 title, but the failure in Europe again saw supporters turn their anger on the pair of South American internationals. However, the former Paris Saint-Germain player considers the reception unfair, hitting the sack of superstar talent while saying they need time to settle into a cohesive roster.
Ronaldinho said he didn’t understand because all the great players are there. “Do you want to change everything? What do you want to have, the worst players in the world?” According to the Brazilian, they must wait until they understand this new way of living and playing football. The rest will come slowly. This adaptation is normal to do things well.
Ronaldinho says Neymar is one of the best players in the world. This year he has several injuries. When he is 100 percent, he is a really special player for this team. Neymar, Lionel Messi, Di Maria… “The greatest players together. If you don’t like it, who are you going to play with?” said Ronaldinho.
Brazilian talks about Mbappe
On Kylian Mbappe, the Brazilian added that he was going to be the best player in the world. The rest depends on where Mbappe will play and what he wants to do. On Kylian – who is widely urged to leave the Parc des Princes for Real Madrid this summer – Ronaldinho has said he won’t offer offers to the star, instead saying the France star should go for what pleases him the most than others.
The Brazilian legend added that he had no advice. – The Brazilian loves him very much. The most important thing is that Kylian is happy, the rest will come normally. According to Ronaldinho, Kylian Mbappe will be the best player in the world. The rest depends on where he will play and what he wants to do.