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Mbappé: PSG threatened 'Renew or don't play!' Press conference revelation.

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Post time 15-6-2024 05:27:14 | Show all posts |Read mode
Most people are aware that Mbappé's departure from Paris Saint-Germain was unpleasant, but the inner workings of the situation have remained largely unknown. However, with Mbappé officially joining Real Madrid, he has chosen to break his silence about the ordeal with his former club. In a recent interview, Mbappé revealed the attempts by PSG to blacklist him, highlighting the stark contrast between the nouveau riche image of PSG and the true elegance of a traditional powerhouse like Real Madrid.

Mbappé's official move to Real Madrid has been one of the hottest topics in the football world recently. However, if things had gone smoothly, Mbappé wouldn't have had to wait until this year to join Real Madrid, he had the opportunity to do so two years ago. Yet, a series of maneuvers by Paris Saint-Germain forced Mbappé to delay his move by two years. At the time, PSG even went as far as involving the French President to persuade (coerce) Mbappé to stay, leading to the current situation.

Perhaps PSG hoped that by keeping Mbappé for two more years and offering him an exorbitant salary, he would abandon the idea of joining Real Madrid. However, Mbappé's determination was unwavering; he was adamant about forgoing the huge salary to join Real Madrid. With no intention of renewing his contract due to its expiration, PSG realized that their money was essentially going down the drain. Consequently, their relationship with Mbappé was irreparably damaged last season.

In a recent interview, Mbappé mentioned the rough treatment he received at the beginning of the season, where he was threatened with being unable to play for a year. Were it not for Enrique and Campos, Mbappé would have had no chance to play. Mbappé's recent statements confirm some of PSG's questionable tactics and expose the true nature of PSG's status as a big club. Given their similar behavior towards Messi in the past, future stars may think twice before considering PSG. PSG has not only lost a player but also lost face this time.

Nevertheless, we hope that Mbappé's career at Real Madrid will proceed smoothly. Perhaps we are witnessing the rise of a new dynasty!

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Post time 16-6-2024 05:05:08 | Show all posts
Mbappé's grievances and patience have all been worth it now that he's at Real Madrid. Although he couldn't play much in Paris, he can now practice and get more playing time at Real Madrid!
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Post time 16-6-2024 14:19:18 | Show all posts
So, everywhere is like a martial world,where there are always conflicts.
Staying undefeated in such a world is not just about strength.There are many, many factors unknown to us.
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Post time 17-6-2024 09:31:16 | Show all posts
It seems that the interests between the individual and the team have not been properly managed.
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Post time 17-6-2024 14:07:11 | Show all posts
No wonder PSG couldn't beat Dortmund in the Champions League, it turns out they were playing without giving their best effort.
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Post time 17-6-2024 20:42:50 | Show all posts
Wow, as soon as he left, he said everything. In fact, it seems like many teams do the same, using the bench to threaten players....
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Post time 18-6-2024 09:25:58 | Show all posts
I believe what Mbappé said is true. This is how capital operates; it's like a mountain pressing down on the players. Players have no choice. Even if they have great skills, they will still be suppressed by capital.

I'm increasingly disgusted by the ugly face of capital, like what we see in Paris Saint-Germain. Many players can indeed earn hefty salaries there, but it feels like mercenaries, lacking depth and culture. It's like nouveau riche mentality—thinking that money is everything, that having money makes you the boss. In this world, besides money, there's something else very precious, and that's emotion.

Take a simple example, like Totti and Roma. The story of one man and one city continues to be told. When Totti retired, Roma bid farewell to him as if they were sending off a hero. That's such profound emotion! Look at Liverpool bidding farewell to Klopp this year, holding a grand banquet. This isn't just an affirmation of Klopp's coaching ability, but more importantly, Klopp devoted 8 years to Liverpool. When he bid farewell with tears in his eyes, that emotion was sincere and valuable.

Now look at Paris Saint-Germain. Every player comes for money and, of course, leaves for money. Mbappé also wants to reach greater heights and achieve higher honors, which PSG can't provide. So why not let him go? Isn't it a bit too ruthless? I support Mbappé, I support Real Madrid, I support winning more championships, and I support the strong!
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Post time 19-6-2024 05:07:09 | Show all posts
"Besides being wealthy, Paris Saint-Germain has nothing else. It's not like Manchester City, which remains modest and lets its performance on the field speak for itself. Paris Saint-Germain is filled with negative news, almost like they're heartless with their wealth. Despite being so rich, the club appears petty in many aspects, and hardly any departing players have any emotional attachment to PSG. Even when players want to leave, PSG often tries to tarnish their image, like what happened with Messi and Neymar.

Mbappé, as the star of the French national team and the face of PSG, seem like a natural fit. However, the influence of Ligue 1 is too small, and PSG's chances of winning the Champions League are not very high. For players like Mbappé, who can't constantly sacrifice honor for money, rumors of him leaving PSG have circulated for years. It seems like Mbappé and his family truly prioritize money. Otherwise, he would have left PSG two or three years ago. PSG has failed to understand this, thinking they can solve everything with money. Real Madrid's offer of €180 million was already quite generous. While PSG may not lack money, receiving a transfer fee is always better than losing a player on a free transfer.

When Mbappé decided not to renew his contract, PSG resorted to not letting him play or substituting him off immediately after half-time. However, Mbappé has proven himself on the field, showing that he is the king of Paris as long as he's there. Fortunately, Mbappé's tough times are almost over. His contract with PSG expires on June 30th this year, and he can finally enjoy football freely. I hope Mbappé can fulfill his dream of winning the Champions League with Real Madrid next season!!"
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