PSG Mercato: Legend of Manchester United, Rio Ferdinand slipped a piece of advice to Kylian Mbappé, at the end of the contract at Paris Saint-Germain.
PSG Mercato: Rio Ferdinand’s advice to Kylian Mbappé
Real Madrid again created a sensation on Wednesday by eliminating Manchester City in the semi-finals of the Champions League. Los Merengues will face Liverpool in Paris in the final. While waiting for a new European coronation, the Madrid socios also dream of welcoming Kylian Mbappé to the next transfer window. Rio Ferdinand is pushing for a transfer from Mbappé to Real in order to reach a new level in his career. The former captain of Manchester United believes in particular that the sporting issue must take precedence over the financial one.
“If I were him, I would go where I think I can win the Champions League. At the moment at PSG, it does not seem possible. Because for me they had their best chances in the last three years. And they failed at the crucial moment. At this level, the choices are not dictated by money, “said the former England international defender interviewed by Canal Plus. He also believes that the tricolor striker must “convince himself that it is his turn” to win the Ballon d’Or.
Still no extension for Mbappé
At the end of the contract, Kylian Mbappé is once again wearing Paris Saint-Germain. Just crowned champion of France, PSG was released in the knockout stages of the Champions League. Mauricio Pochettino’s men were eliminated at the same stage by OGC Nice in the Coupe de France. Despite his disappointing new season, Paris hope to be able to keep their top scorer this summer. The Qatari leaders will not skimp on the means to offer a new contract to the former Monegasque.
President of Real Madrid, Florentino Pérez had displayed his serenity in this matter. “I am calm. But I’m still calm, not necessarily about him. I won’t say more. The truth is, white goes with everyone. And I have seen over the years that the majority of players want to play for Real Madrid, ”said the Madrid leader after the Merengues’ 35th La Liga title.