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Mbappe compromised with Neymar and did not refuse to stay!

Mbappe compromised with Neymar and did not refuse to stay!

Paris (Reuters)

France striker Kylian Mbabane avoided reporters today, Tuesday, in response to a question about the possibility of Paris Saint-Germain leaving the club at the end of the season.

The 22-year-old asked his club to allow him to join Real Madrid before the start of the current season, but the French giant refused more than one offer from his Spanish counterpart.

Asked if he would like to leave next summer, Mbappe told French sports daily L’Equipe: “I’m spent enough time in football now to find out if yesterday’s reality is not today ‘or tomorrow’s reality. I believed it, so you never know what will happen.

Mbappe, Lionel Messi and Neymar are considered by some to be the most dangerous trio in club football, but the trio have suffered a setback, and Mbappe has expressed his frustration at the lack of cooperation from the Brazilian player. Paris Saint-Germain coach Mauricio Pochettino bridged the gap between Mbabane and Neymar when they won 2-0 at Montpellier last month.

Before the French international striker could speak to one of his teammates on the bench about his dissatisfaction with the behavior, French reports said Embape was not happy with Neymar because the ball had not been sent to him.

And about this incident, Mbappe said: Yes I said, things like this happen all the time in football. There should be no feelings, no anger, because I respect and appreciate him. Mbappe now wants to focus on football.

“Right now, my future is not a priority,” he added. I already wasted a lot of energy this summer and it was stressful.

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Mbappe joined France as they prepare to face Belgium in the semi-finals of the Nations League on Thursday, and Paris Saint-Germain striker is looking to put an end to disappointment at the European Championships.

Mbappe missed the penalty against Switzerland to leave the World Champion in the round of sixteen, and the player faced harsh criticism and racist abuse in France.

He said: What shocked me at the time was that some people insulted me with the word “monkey”.