Kylian Mbappe passed through the editorial offices of the New York Times at the start of the summer that is coming to an end, and he did so after having just turned down Real Madrid's offer.
His decision was still fresh in the minds of millions of Real Madrid fans, those who applauded him when he played at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, who were tremendously disappointed. The striker is skilful on the pitch, as he showed, for example, against Juventus with two spectacular goals, but away from the pitch he leaves more and more to be desired every day.
Mbappe spoke again about his childhood dream, about that feeling of belonging there despite never having been a Real Madrid player. It wasn't the right time to talk like that. It really wasn't. The striker cannot, once he has become the highest paid footballer on the planet, go back to mentioning Los Blancos as he was a man who didn't want to go there.
The problem that Mbappe is facing is that nobody believes him anymore. I said at the time that the Frenchman has never wanted to play for Real Madrid and that he wants to use Los Blancos. His comments to the NYT fully ratify this. In those remarks he also says that money is not the problem because he could get it anywhere.
Really? The same newspaper states that in addition to a 125 million euro renewal bonus, he will be paid 83 million euros per season, which in total could amount to 251.46 million euros, depending on some factors.
These figures and his way of proceeding for a year, the time he was given to put pen to paper on a contract and that ten days before announcing his contract renewal with PSG, he said he would sign for Real Madrid, do not correspond to the desire of someone who says he dreamed of playing at the Bernabeu and who now says he feels that Real Madrid are like his home.
One day, Mbappe will tell the truth about what went through his head, but until that happens, he should forget about Real Madrid, because at Valdebebas nobody thinks about the Frenchman.
For the time being, he is nothing but history and has become enemy number one. The vast majority of Los Blancos think so and although in football everything is possible and everything changes, no one wants Mbappe to use Real Madrid again.
The striker should focus all his attention on sorting out the problems that exist in the PSG dressing room before talking about Real Madrid again, a club who have given the Frenchman the utmost respect despite the fact that they may have had reason not to do so.
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