Lionel Messi (35-Inter Miami) has offered Kylian Mbappe (24-PSG) a new challenge.
On March 23, French media outlet Sport France shared what Messi said to Mbappe. “I want you to leave PSG and go to FC Barcelona, and if you want to go to Real Madrid, that’s fine too, because you deserve to win the European Champions League,” Messi told Mbappe.
Mbappe has had one of the best careers of any player his age. At the age of 20, he led France to victory at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, where Mbappe was named the tournament’s Best Young Player 메이저사이트.
He also won the UEFA Nations League title in the 2020-21 season. At the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, he also won the title, but lost to Argentina on penalties in the final. Despite finishing as runners-up, Mbappe scored a hat trick in the final. He also won the tournament’s top scorer (Golden Boot) and the Silver Ball trophy.
In total, Mbappe won 12 competitions with PSG. They won the French Ligue 1 a whopping five times. The problem is that all of Mbappe’s PSG titles have come on home soil. Neither PSG nor Mbappe have ever won the European Champions League. They made it to the final in 2020, but lost to Bayern Munich and finished as runners-up.
Messi must have felt sorry for Mbappe. Mbappe, who is expected to be the next Ballon d’Or winner, is only playing the role of alleycat on the French stage. Messi encouraged Mbappe to stop being a frog in a well and try to win on a bigger stage.
Messi has every right to say that. He’s seen it all before with FC Barcelona in Spain. After all, he is the greatest player of all time, having won the European Champions League four times. Having seen it all in his prime, Messi encouraged Mbappe to make the move to Spain.
Meanwhile, Messi is leaving PSG at the end of the 2022-23 season. His new destination is Inter Miami of the American Major League Soccer (MLS). He will play out his twilight years with the team, which is owned by David Beckham. 오래된토토사이트