Thursday, October 21

PSG boss criticizes Real Madrid for Mbappé: ‘You have to punish them’

PSG boss criticizes Real Madrid for the persecution of Mbappé: 'They must be punished'

Leonardo, sports director of the Ligue 1 giant Paris Saint-Germain, has targeted Real Madrid today, for the continuous persecution of the Spanish team of Kylian Mbappé.

PSG stands firm

News headlines about what happened at the Bernabéu last summer, of course, came in the form of Real Madrid’s persecution of Kylian Mbappé.

Despite the fact that the French international only had one year to fulfill his contract with PSG, it is understood that Los Blancos presented a gigantic offer worth 170 million euros, plus another 10 million in bonuses, for his signature.

Surprisingly, however, the Parc des Princes board chose to reject this proposal.

Successively, word It was announced at the end of August that Florentino Pérez and company. had made the decision to disconnect his summer career for Mbappé, to focus his attention on finding a pre-contract deal with the 22-year-old in January.


And so the weeks since have seen speculation continue to swirl in the media, with the widespread assumption that, in the end, Mbappé will make his dreams come true in the form of Madrid.

However, as indicated above, one person who is obviously not very happy with the way Real have carried out the pursuit of the attacker is PSG boss Leonardo.

In an interview with the Festival dello Sport on Saturday, the French capital’s sports director was drawn to Mbappé’s situation.

And Leonardo first confirmed that the club’s ultimate goal remains to extend the terms of its young star:

From here, however, the Brazilian turned his attention firmly to those at the Bernabéu, criticizing Los Blancos for what has been considered a ‘lack of respect’, before going so far as to call Florentino Pérez and company. be punished ‘:

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