Mbappé, now at Real Madrid, hits out at PSG's boss: “He made me happy”

Kylian MbappeFrench national team captain and rookie Real Madrid criticized PSG management and thanked coach Luis Enrique Martinez and sports advisor Luis Campos.

“They saved me“I wouldn't have set foot on the pitch without them,” he declared. Mbappe The announcement was made on Monday for the first time since he signed for Madrid for the next five seasons at a press conference ahead of France's friendly against Luxembourg.

French striker He was referring to his fight with the Nasser Al-Khelaifi-led club last summerThe team decided to suspend him for three weeks for refusing to renew his contract.

Mbappé's fight with the president of PSG

For a start, Mbappe He refused to acknowledge his discomfort at PSG. “I'm not happy at PSGIt will be a slap in the face to those who protected me and I am always happy,” he said at a press conference with the France team.

But Kylian admits it “Some things made me happyBut a player like me couldn't show that because I'm a leader, so I tried to be as positive as possible.”

“It would be a bit of bad faith to come here and spit that I wasn't happy at PSG, but it's true that there were things there. They made me happy,” added Mbappé.

His decision not to renew with PSG unleashed the fury of the board. “They told me I wouldn't play, they told me to my face, they told me violently,” the freshman recalled. Real MadridWithout mentioning any names.

Luis Enrique and Luis Campos saved meWithout them I would never have set foot in the field again. “Just playing is an honor, but I'm sure I won't be satisfied with a year like that next year,” he said.

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Now, Mbappé is embroiled in a new tussle with Al-Khelaifi over the terms of his exit from the Parisian club. On that topic, Bondi is a prodigy He said he was educated “not to cry”. And he recognized that he was “a privileged person who was paid extraordinarily well to do what he loved so much.”

The 'Les Bleus' captain admitted that his 44 goals this season were “a bit below his standard”, but taking into account the conditions he was in at PSG, “This is the best season” of his career.

Mbappé prepares to play the Euros with France before starting his new challenge with Real Madrid. The French team shares a group with the Netherlands, Poland and will make their debut against Austria on June 17.

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