Mercato – PSG: Zidane came to transfer Kylian Mbappé

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Former manager of Real Madrid, Zinedine Zidane had tried ten years ago to bring a certain Kylian Mbappé into the training center of the merengue club. And he had even pulled out all the stops to try to convince the PSG striker, going so far as to pick him up by car in his neighborhood of Bondy.

The facts date back to 2013, when Kylian Mbappé hesitated at the time on the choice of his future training center. The attacker of PSG was already the object of all desires, and the real Madrid had done everything possible to try to convince Mbappe to land in Spain. And Zinedine Zidane had also played luxury chauffeurs with the star ofFrench team

“Zidane went to pick him up by car”

In 2018, the former recruiter of Caen Laurent Glaizewho was in discussion with the family of Kylian Mbappe to lure him to Normandy, had revealed on RMC Sports How? ‘Or’ What Zinedine Zidane had tried to take over: Zinedine Zidane picked him up by car. They introduced him to Cristiano Ronaldo. He was 13 years old. Basically, Kylian wanted to play under the colors of Real, it was his dream. He played under the colors of Real during an internship. He wanted that, to see Ronaldo. He did it “, he explains. And if Kylian Mbappe finally opted for the training center of theAS Monaco, this displacement in person of Zinedine Zidane did not go unnoticed at Bondy.

“He came to pick it up in the neighborhood”

This week on RMC Sportsthe rapper theartist also remembers this episode between Mbappe and Zidane which he remembers very well since he grew up in Bondy alongside the striker of PSG : “ In our neighborhood, we already knew that he was the future best player in the world. At 10, we knew he was going to tear everything up, because he outclassed everyone. Zidane even came to pick him up from the neighborhood to show him around the Bernabeu stadium and introduce him to the Real players. “. It remains to be seen whether Zidane and Mbappe will meet again, in the French team or in the PSG…

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