“I Don’t Care,” Says The Coach Of Mbappe

By: Aparajita Patel

Because the 2018 World Cup winner has made it plain that he wants to play for a competitive club, Kylian Mbappe has been linked with a move away from Le Parc des Princes this summer. Real Madrid has been connected with the youngster for some time and is considered a frontrunner to sign him. Carlo Ancelotti, Madrid’s new coach, has stated that he is unconcerned about the team signing Mbappe.

When asked about his side’s interest in Mbappe, he stated during a news conference, “I don’t know if he will arrive.” “I don’t care in the slightest what happens. I have a fantastic and well-balanced team. They provide me with a great deal of joy. That is what I am concentrating on. Let’s wait ten days, and now I’m concentrating on my current team.”

Carlo went on to say that his team is very good and capable of winning any trophy.

“This team, as it is, is capable of winning any trophy. We have a lot of big names here. I won’t identify them all, but there are a number of top players on our team. This team is loaded with superstars. We need to collaborate. If the star is able to compete with the others, he will win crowns.”

Mbappe, according to Khelaifi, is not going anywhere.

PSG chairman Nasser al-Khelaifi said during a press conference announcing Lionel Messi’s arrival that he believes the French forward has “no reason” to leave the club. “I believe everyone is aware of this. Kylian Mbappe’s (Kylian Mbappe) future is unmistakable. He personally stated that he desired a competitive team. Right now, we have the most competitive team on the planet. As a result, he no longer has an excuse. He has no choice but to remain.”