Mbappe hints that problem with Monaco led him to sign with PSG

Mbappe hints that problem with Monaco led him to sign with PSG

Mbappe hints that problem with Monaco led him to sign with PSG

Kylian Mbappe says his ambition is to "win everything" with Paris Saint-Germain, after joining from French rivals Monaco last week.

If there is a team that has clearly emerged victorious from the 2017 summer transfer window, it is none other than Paris Saint-Germain.

Mbappe joined PSG weeks after Neymar was signed to the club and the youngster insisted that he signed the contract not just for the opportunity of playing alongside Neymar.

PSG now boast one of the most exciting front-lines in world football, and Mbappe was keen to post an image alongside his new teammate following a busy Tuesday for the France global.

Mbappe said that at the end of last season, he had chose to stay with Monaco, "but certain events happened which made me change my mind".

"It will be extraordinary to play with him (Neymar), but I came for the project".

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Understanding his former club's anger towards him, Mbappe added, "I know that some of you do not understand my choice and that a feeling of anger is born in you, I understand".

"Being here is like going back home for me".

Mbappe, who will join PSG permanently on a £160million deal after his loan spell, joined the president of PSG Nasser Al-Khelaifi for his formal unvieling at a press conference on Wednesday.

Having burst onto the scene last season with 26 goals in all competitions for Leonardo Jardim's side, Mbappe wants to go on to bigger and better things in the French capital.

"We played against Charlton, I think, and we won maybe seven or eight nil". "We paid everything in a transparent way".

And in a message to Tebas, Al Khelaifi said: "If someone's angry, that's not my problem". I have a lot of respect for [Monaco vice president] Vadim Vasilyev, who is a remarkable man.

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