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Bucket of cold water: this is how they explain Mbappé’s trip to Madrid in France

The French media reveal new details that may be key to understanding the reasons for Kylian Mbappé's trip to the Spanish capital. In Paris he has not liked him.

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The Frenchman Kylian Mbappé took advantage of the day off from the Paris Saint-Germain squad to eat in the Spanish capital with the Moroccan Achraf Hakimi , his current teammate and with whom he maintains a good relationship, thus increasing the rumors that place him in Real Madrid next season. In France, the Frenchman’s trip has not gone down well, and the press is trying an explanation.

According to the French media outlet ‘RMC Sports’, Mbappé ‘s express trip fell like a bucket of cold water in the Parc des Princes and they analyze the reasons beyond leisure. Of course, the fact that he has not taken the flight alone leaves PSG calmer .

For the aforementioned medium, that Hakimi (and other players not disclosed at the moment are also named) has accompanied Kylian is seen as confirmation that the striker will not sit down with Florentino Pérez. At least not this Monday.

The group chaired by Florentino Pérez already insisted on his signing last summer, offering up to 180 million euros that were rejected by PSG. Now, being released on June 30, Mbappé seems to be close to joining the white team.

And in the midst of these rumors, the Frenchman appeared this Monday at the ‘Leña Madrid’ restaurant. Las embers x Dani García’, located in the middle of Paseo de la Castellana, according to ‘Cope’ when the footballer arrived.

A meal that lasted nearly two hours and in which he was accompanied by Achraf, a good friend and former Real Madrid player and academy player , and from which he left in a hurry in a black German Audi car with the tinted rear windows.



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