Kylian Mbappe has blasted, constant critics, in French Ligue 1 amid ongoing his contract extension saga with Paris Saint-Germain.
Mbappe hits against some of the criticism he has received in France while he insists it is better for players abroad. Reports claim that the capital club is confident they will tie the sensational forward to a contract until 2026.
Mbappe’s comment that could otherwise suggest a move abroad is on the card.
“The constant criticism in France is tiring, especially when you play for a club in your country and give everything for your national team too.”
“It’s different for players who play abroad. It will of course be a factor in the decision for my future here along with other factors,” Mbappe comments.
In his comments, Mbappe has suggested that the tiring constant critics are one of the factors he will consider. Mbappe has been adamant to commit his future to the Parisian side, with several clubs lining up for his signature.
The whole football fraternity have stood still waiting on the France international to spit out where he will play next. However, it seems as though Mbappé might be tired of discussing his future.
“Once my decision is made, I will come and talk about it,” Mbappé blasts.
“My positioning, I don’t want to talk too much about it anymore. I am then quoted with things that I did not say. I don’t want to talk about this anymore,” he insisted.
Meanwhile, Parisian midfielder Leandro Paredes has talked about the Crucial part of the season coming up. Leandro says he feels really good, and the international break has given the club a chance to recover a bit.
“The teams are stronger this season, they’ve all improved in every area and they’re very competitive. There are some very good players in the teams at the top of the table. That’s why the league is difficult to win.
“There’s a bit more suspense, which is great for football and the fans. We’ll have to be at our best in this final straight,” Leandro said.