PSG star Kylian Mbappe has made his frustrations with the club known, and now he has a feud going with Neymar.
Mbappe became visibly upset with his fellow striker a recent game for not passing him the ball enough. When substituted out, Mbappe went on a whole tirade against Neymar.
During a recent interview, Kylian Mbappe admitted that in the midst of his frustration he called Mbappe a “clochard”, which translates to ‘tramp’ in English.
Kylian Mbappé confirms to L'Équipe that he called Neymar a "tramp" (clochard) following his substitution in a recent PSG match where he vented his frustration on the bench after the Brazilian did not pass to him.
— Get French Football News (@GFFN) October 4, 2021
Kylian Mbappe was also open about his desire to leave PSG over the Summer.
“What could make me stay at PSG? We’re far from it,” Mbappe said via Daily Mail. “Since I wanted to leave Paris this summer. I’m not going to be the hypocrite, my ambition was clear. We will see what happens – my future is not my priority now
‘I am attached to PSG, and if I had left this summer, it would have only been for Real Madrid.
‘I continued playing in August and I had no problem with that. Why did I want to leave?
‘I thought my adventure was over. If I had left, it would only have been to Real Madrid. Leaving PSG was the next logical step.”
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The drama with Neymar and PSG isn’t it for Kylian Mbappe. When participating in the EURO 2020 tournament with France over the Summer, the young striker questioned his future with the national team, saying the club could be ‘happier’ without him.
“The most important thing is the French national team and if the French national team is happier without me, it is like that,” he said. “I received the message, that my ego was what made us lose, that I wanted to take up too much space, and that without me, therefore, we might have won.”
Despite Kylian Mbappe calling grown men “tramps” and sounding like he might be losing his mind, he remained adamant that he’s going to give his all to PSG this season.
“This season you will never see behaviour from me like “You guys didn’t let me go, I’m going to take it easy. I love football too much and I have too much respect for PSG, and for myself, to ease off even one match.”