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Real Madrid or PSG? Kylian Mbappé spoke about his future and surprised

By Mauricio Saenz

Real Madrid or PSG? Kylian Mbappé spoke about his future and surprised

Kylian Mbappé hasn't yet defined what he will do with his career, but he left a phrase that's worth talking about

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Kylian Mbappé looks to his future. In an interview with Canal +, he showed his love for PSG, and also his need to win: "Everyone knows what unites me to this club. I've always been grateful to the president and all my coaches. What I want's to win , to feel that I'm in a place where I can do it. In which there's a solid project around me. Like football, I live for football, so for the sports project it's essential"

The star of PSG and the French team explained more about what he intends for his future: "I want to feel that the team I'm in can do things (always referring to the Champions League). I talk to the club, we're going to see what happens. Anyway, I'm happy for the exceptional four years that I've lived here. I'm very clear with the club. They know the relationship I've with the club, the city and the country. Things will be done as they should to do, either one way or the other".

Emmanuel Macron wants Kylian Mbappé to sign for Olympique Marseille

French President Emmanuel Macron jokes in a humorous video aimed at young audiences, with the possibility that Kylian Mbappé will leave Paris Saint Germain (PSG) to sign for Olympique Marseille, a hypothesis that the player himself denies.

Macron assures in the recording with a serious gesture, before his bluff is discovered: "I will take care of Kylian Mbappé's career. Kylian Mbappé is going to leave PSG in the coming weeks for Olympique de Marseille."

The video, put online this Sunday, is the realization of a promise that Macron had made to two well-known "youtubers", McFly and Carlito, to participate in one of his anecdote contests if they managed to make a didactic message about protection measures against covid that was viewed more than 10 million times.



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