Leonardo: “I do not accept that it is said that Mbappé is a spoiled child”

first_imgPSG sports director Leonardo spoke at Channel + after the victory of his team against Olympique de Lyon (4-2). The Brazilian opined on the discussion between Kylian Mbappé Y Thomas Tuchel for the change, but although he blames the player, he does not accept the criticisms expressed on the French striker: “I heard things about Mbappé, about his personality. It makes me feel uncomfortable. If a player leaves the field and talks to the coach, he has the blame. We’ll talk about it and solve this. But to say he’s a spoiled child, I don’t accept him. Because he’s an adorable, very committed person and a fantastic player. “On the other hand, the Brazilian made a ranking of the five best players in the world, among which he placed Messi, Cristiano, Mbappé, Neymar and Salah: “In the Top 5, there is a 35 year old, a 32 year old and the other two are 28 and 21 years old. And these two are with us. Let’s rejoice. I’m a happy sports director. We should take advantage of that and stop talking about the problems. “. Flirt 1* Data updated as of February 10, 2020 Leonardo also explained that it is vital to have the template in shape to try to win the Champions League, for which no favorites are seen: “We say that this team is not ready, that Ligue 1 is not at that level.”center_img He recalled that every year, when the European qualifiers arrive, they question whether the team is able to achieve the title: “They say that the club does not know how to handle its stars and I want to understand the reasons why we have the right to be happy from time to time. The team is first with a twelve-point advantage. We have an incredible squad and our players are fit. Why do we have to be worried every time the eighths arrive? Why do we have to be stressed? It won’t be a matter of life or death against Borussia Dortmund. It’s just a Champions League game and I think the team is ready. If we win, it’s fine. If we don’t, the PSG will continue to grow. “last_img read more

Read More →