Mbappe: Liverpool is a sweeping machine and is on the way to winning the Premier League title


Killian Mbappe

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Killian Mbappe joined Paris Saint-Germain in 2017 with a transfer contract worth 165.7 million pounds,

Paris St Germain striker Killian Mbappe described Liverpool as a “sweeping machine” and was on his way to winning the English Premier League title for the first time since 1990.

Mbappe, 21, said in an interview with the BBC that he was completely satisfied with his stay in the French capital club, at a time when it was reported that Real Madrid wanted to buy it.

Reports also indicate that Liverpool club is also seeking to include Mbappe, which is considered by many to be the best youngest player in the world, but the club’s coach, Jurgen Club, says that the striker’s price is greater than the club’s capabilities.

While Mbabi World Cup winner, who joined Paris Saint-Germain in 2017 with a transfer contract worth 165.7 million pounds, confirmed his commitment to his current club during the launch of his charitable organization, which was named Inspired by Killian Mbappe IBKM (IBKM) However, he says he is following Liverpool’s career with admiration.

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“What Liverpool are doing at this moment is amazing, they are like a sweeping machine,” Mbappe said.

“They have not lost a game. When you watch them play, you think everything is easy, but it is not. The players’ concentration is high, they play a match every three days and they win, they always win.”

“The problem now is that everyone is watching Liverpool and thinking about what can be done against them, so Liverpool players have to show everyone that they are strong, they are a great team and they have a very good coach,” Killian added.

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Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain

Mbappe has caught the attention of Premier League clubs by scoring two goals for Monaco against Manchester City that led to the last exit of the Champions League in 2016-2017.

In the summer of 2017, Mbappe joined Paris Saint-Germain, on loan for one season, before being chosen as the best young player after helping France win the 2018 World Cup.

Mbappe aims, this season, to help Paris Saint-Germain win the third French League title in a row, despite the frequent and frequent reports of his move to Real Madrid.

“Everyone talks about my move to Real Madrid, and I also spoke about it when I was young, but now I know it is not the right moment,” Mbappe said.

“We are now in January, the time when deals are bought and transferred for players this season. Imagine I answered your question and said something. Everyone will talk about it and this is not good for Paris Saint-Germain.”

“Now I am with the PSG team, and I am 100% with the club. I want to help the club achieve more this season, to win many titles, so it is not good to talk about my future now,” Killian said.

“I think of the club because it helped me. I came here at the age of eighteen. I was talented but I was not a star. Now I am a star, thanks to the Paris Saint-Germain and the French national team.

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Killian scored two goals for the club of Monaco against Manchester City that led to the last exit of the Champions League in 2016-2017.

“I have to keep calm and focus on my performance with Paris Saint-Germain. I leave the other things until the end of the season,” Killian added.

Mbappe seeks to get Three titles

In addition to Paris Saint-Germain winning the French First Division this year, Mbappe hopes to help Paris Saint-Germain win the European Champions League for the first time, and win the European Championship 2020 in addition to the Olympic Games with France.

When Mbappe was asked about his wishes for 2020, he replied: “Winning three titles, the Champions League, the European Nations Cup and the Olympic Games. This will not be bad.”

“It seems far fetched at the moment, but I will make sure to fulfill this dream. It will be a proud moment for me to be able to win the first European Cup for Paris Saint-Germain and for my country so that it can continue to win.”

The Mbabe Charity Association was established to help 98 children, referring to his birth year, between the ages of 9 and 16 from different social backgrounds, to realize their “dreams”.


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