Newslatestworld.com – Angel Di Maria, who used to play for Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), thinks Kylian Mbappe seems to have all the power in the French Capital club.
Mbappe was given a lot of power by both PSG and France as a whole.
Once, it was said that Mbappe really wanted to leave PSG and go to Real Madrid in the summer of 2022.
The player for the French national team has also said that he wants to play for Real Madrid next.
But Mbappe’s wish to play for Madrid did not come true. He decided to stick with PSG.
Mbappe was even asked directly by French President Emmanuel Macron to stay at PSG.
“I can’t believe it, I talked about my future with the president. ESPN reported that Mbappe said, “This is a crazy thing.”
“He (Macron) told me, ‘I want you to stay, I don’t want you to leave right now. He told her, “You are very important to the country.
Kylian Mbappe was given a mega contract worth 50 million euros (about 753.6 billion rupiah) per season after he decided to stay.
Some French media even go so far as to say that Mbappe has a say in how players come and go from PSG.
Angel Di Maria was shocked by this. This is because Mbappe, who has all the skills, is now on the same team as Lionel Messi, who is known as one of the best football players in the world by many different names.
“I think Kylian Mbappe has been given a lot of responsibility by France as a whole,” Di Maria was quoted as saying by Goal International.
“The people, the president, and PSG. They asked Mbappe to stay even though he was free to go,” he said.
“Give him all the power and none to the other players,” said a player who goes by the name “El Fideo” (Si Mi).
“But there’s a big difference: they give him all that power even though Lionel Messi is the best player in history,” he said.
Angel Di Maria says that because Mbappe is French, he has a lot of freedom at PSG.
“I think they give him all that power because he’s French, was born there, won the World Cup, and had an amazing career,” he said.
“Other than that, he was a good kid when I was at PSG, and I don’t think much has changed,” he said.