Marquinhos: Everyone fell in love with Mbappe and not Zidane alone

Marquinhos: Everyone fell in love with Mbappe and not Zidane alone

The Parisian side is very attached to Kylian Mbappé.

Paris Saint-Germain's representatives continued to respond strongly to Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane regarding Kylian Mbappé, this time through a new statement from Marquinhos in which he stressed that "everyone loves Mbappé and not Zidane alone"."

Zidane had spoken at the press conference for the match real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain scheduled for Tuesday in the Champions League and admitted that he "falls in love" Mbappé, in a sign that the royal may seek to win his services next summer.

Paris Saint-Germain coach Thomas Tuchel also sent a message at his press conference, when he said "It's normal for people to fall in love with things they don't have", to start a huge media war against the Spanish team and his constant flirtation with Mbappé.

The role came on Marquinhos, who said today in media statements "It is difficult to imagine the future without Mbappé, he is a very important player for the club."

Leonardo Araújo, PSG's sporting director, has already made offensive remarks against Zidane, asking him to stop talking about Mbappé, but this warning seems to have not been heeded by the French coach.

"Everyone fell in love with Mbappé and not just Zidane, despite his age, he is really very important to the club, we are lucky to be with us, he is an important player and makes us win games."

The Brazilian international also touched on his compatriot Neymar, whose latest reports indicated that he will not be a key to Real Madrid, and considered that the former Barcelona player is a man of such huge dates.

"I think Neymar is ready for the start, no one wants to be on the bench in a match like this at the Santiago Bernabéu. He takes responsibility for such games and is decisive and aggressive."

Neymar came out during Lille's last match in the French League, which Paris won 2-0, and he seemed to be angry with the switch, but Tuchel seems to care little about it.

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