Mbappe hints that problem with Monaco led him to sign with PSG

Mbappe has only joined on loan, but there's already a plan for him to sign on a permanent deal next year that will cost PSG 180 million euros ($216 million).

Kylian Mbappe is a young man in a big hurry who wants to "win everything" with Paris Saint-Germain.

Draxler said he feels extremely well in Paris and never considered to leave.

The 18-year-old forward spoke Wednesday for the first time since his move from Monaco went through last week. "But, of course, Paris Saint-Germain was the main option", Mbappe told The Telegraph.

With the 2018 World Cup in Russia on the horizon, and Brazil having already qualified for the group stages, fans will be hoping their talisman will continue his emphatic form throughout the duration of the season as the Samba outfit look to add a sixth World Cup to their trophy cabinet. "But you always have to be there, try to make it difficult for them and try to win as many trophies as possible". The Frenchman was known to be a transfer target of Zinedine Zidane but the Frenchman has finally explained why he decided to snub a move to the Bernabeu signing for Psg instead. "So, we'll have to wait and see". I have a lot to learn and prove.

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"He is an additional advantage", he said.

Speaking at the Soccerex conference in Manchester, Tebas said PSG were "laughing at the system" and that Neymar had "peed from the diving board" into the swimming pool - the latter aquatic facility representing Spanish football in an unusually coarse metaphor.

The massive outlay sparked complaints from clubs in Spain and Germany that they were competing with a state-backed entity.

"It's difficult to replace him".

Paris St Germain's new striker Kylian Mbappe said he joined "for the project" and not just to play alongside Brazil's talisman Neymar, as the French club's president added that his record summer transfers had been carried out in complete transparency. Now I am on the other side of the camera, on the other side of the TV. "It was important to return to the city where I grew up".

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