April 13, 2024

PSG, Mbappé pushed out!

I hope he goes, from the bottom of my heart. Christophe Dugarry didn’t beat about the bush when discussing Kylian Mbappé’s future. According to him, the Paris Saint-Germain striker needs to leave to continue to progress.

I think he’s stagnating, says the RMC consultant. I find that in his duels, he’s increasingly predictable, lacking strength and character in the fight….

I hope he goes, from the bottom of my heart. Christophe Dugarry didn’t beat about the bush when discussing Kylian Mbappé’s future. According to him, the Paris Saint-Germain striker needs to leave to continue to progress.

I think he’s stagnating, says the RMC consultant. I find that in his duels, he’s increasingly predictable, lacking strength and character in the fight. I think he disappears too often from certain matches. In his attitude, with his arms raised more and more, it’s something rather negative that he’s sending out.

Despite the mountain of goals piled up since his arrival, Kylian Mbappé cannot consider his time at Paris Saint-Germain an unqualified success, if Dugarry is to be believed. He was hired not for his stats, but to help his club win the Champions League. That’s not the case at the moment, observes the 1998 world champion.

Mbappé, a littlet garçon

Dugarry doesn’t really like what Mbappé has become at PSG. He wanted all the power, to be the leader of the team and now that he is, you feel he’s a bit of a little boy, explained the former Barça and Milan player. Sometimes you get the impression that the suit is too big. When he wants his team to attack, his coach says he has to defend. When he wants to play on the left, they put him at centre-forward. I feel he’s a bit lost, there’s no sense of symbiosis. I can understand what happened last summer when they put him aside. Things haven’t been going well at PSG for a few months now.

And generally speaking, Dugarry confides that he’s fed up with the eternal soap operas surrounding Bondyn’s future. I want Mbappé to embark on a club project and stop being involved in a more personal one, he concludes.