One thing is for sure, Paris Saint-Germain have the money to satisfy Monaco’s demands for Kylian Mbappe. The real questions are, do Monaco want to sell to a direct rival, and, how would the player himself feel about it?
Unai Emery, PSG’s coach, talking in a conference in Bilbao, tried to… lure the 18-year-old leaving money aside, and betting on ‘feelings’, as he called them.
When we speak of Mbappe here in Spain, we talk about Real or Barca. But I’m at PSG and I say: ‘What could be more beautiful than representing a French team?
the Spanish coach started saying.
With all respect to Monaco, he should come to Paris, he has family here. His parents live here, he went to an academy here. We spoke of feeling, passion, desire – and what could be more beautiful than representing your city and being important
Emery also said, before sharing a similar personal experience.
Obviously, I am biased, but that’s the feeling I had when I debuted for Real Sociedad. I don’t know if Real like him, or if Barcelona do or Tottenham or Arsenal do. But if he has to leave Monaco, I say: ‘What is better for him, for France, for PSG, that there be a union between the player and his city. I say it as I feel it
the PSG coach concluded.