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Mbappé feel despite solid price tag any extra pressure at PSG

Mbappé feel despite solid price tag any extra pressure at PSG

Kylian Mbappé feels to say no extra pressure this season to perform at Paris Saint-Germain, although the club next year in all probability for less than 180 million euro takes over from AS Monaco.

PSG explained Thursday on the last day of the summer transfer is the only 18-year-old French striker on a rental basis and can him about twelve months for the monsterbedrag final take over of the champion of France.

Mbappé stays cool under all the attention about his price tag. “Whether it’s 1 euro or 180 million euros: it makes me nothing out. I have not been paid and I have not received,” he said Wednesday during his presentation at the Parc des Princes.

The talent did not expect that he is already player of PSG. “In may it was my intention to stay, but then there were certain events take place that the situation changed”, is what he said.

“I am to the PSG for the project and the presence of Neymar is a huge plus. I am hungry for titles. I want to win and I want to do it.”

PSG presents Mbappé

Kylian Mbappé is Wednesday presented at Paris Saint-Germain.
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The 18-year-old attacker is rented from AS Monaco with an option to buy.
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Mbappé stays cool under the price tag that his transfer is involved.
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“Whether it’s 1 euro or 180 million euros: it makes me nothing out,” he said.
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Mbappé is in Paris with number 29 to play.
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Neymar

In his first full season at Monaco showed Mbappé a stunning impression. He was in the French Ligue 1 fifteen time accurate and was also in the Champions League six times.

The striker will be next year anyway Neymar have to tolerate as the most expensive footballer in the world. The 25-year-old Brazilian superstar stepped in early last month for not less than 222 million euros for FC Barcelona to PSG.

Mbappé expected that he, along with Neymar, the attack of PSG. “The coach (Unai Emery, eds.) was very clear about his intentions with me. I have never been longer than two years at one position is played. At this moment, I would say that I am a midfield player.”

The largest foreign transfers

An overview of the largest foreign transfers. Neymar left Barcelona FC for no fewer than 222 million euros for Paris Saint-Germain.
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Ousmane Dembélé: from Borussia Dortmund to FC Barcelona
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Kylian Mbappé: from AS Monaco to Paris Saint-Germain
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Romelu Lukaku: Everton to Manchester United
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Alvaro Morata: Real Madrid to Chelsea
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Benjamin Mendy: from AS Monaco to Manchester City
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Alexandre Lacazette: from Olympique Lyon to Arsenal
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Kyle Walker: Tottenham Hotspur to Manchester City
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James Rodriguez: Real Madrid to Bayern Munich (on rental basis)
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Bernardo Silva: AS Monaco to Manchester City
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Leonardo Bonucci: Juventus to AC Milan
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Mohamed Salah: from AS Roma to Liverpool
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Corentin Tolisso: from Olympique Lyon to Bayern Munich
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Tiemoué Bakayoko: from AS Monaco to Chelsea
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Ederson: from Benfica to Manchester City
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Federico Bernardeschi: from Fiorentina to Juventus
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Nemanja Matic: Chelsea to Manchester United
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Davinson Sanchez: from Ajax to Tottenham Hotspur
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Near Keita: RB Leipzig to Liverpool (summer 2018)
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Al-Khelaifi

Chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi felt at the press conference forced to emphasize that the transfer of Mbappé fully comply with the rules of Financial Fair Play compliant.

The European football association spoke there last week, however, his doubts about, and has now launched an investigation into the conduct of the Parisians.

“We are confident,” said Al-Khelaifi. “We have nothing to hide and we are transparent. If other clubs are not happy with the way things are, it is not our problem.”

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