AC Milan’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic has questioned Kylian Mbappe’s resolution to remain at Paris Saint-Germain and warned him that “you are never bigger than a club.”
Mbappe snubbed a transfer to Actual Madrid to signal a three-year extension with the French champions in Could and have become the highest-paid participant in world soccer, in line with ESPN sources.
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In accordance with Forbes, Mbappe will earn $128 million for the 2022-23 season — a document for the journal’s annual rankings — however former PSG star Ibrahimovic has hit out on the ahead’s resolution to remain.
“Mbappe, as a person I do not know him very well. As a player, he is fantastic,” Ibrahimovic told Canal Plus. “But when you lose discipline, you lose your identity.
“There’s a purpose why Zidane is Zidane. Mbappe needs to mimic him? That he begins to wish to progress. To not be glad.
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“He made the right choice for Paris not for himself. Because he put himself in a situation where he is more important than the club. And the club gave him the keys for that. But you are never bigger than a club. But when a child becomes strong, he can easily earn money.”
The 23-year-old just lately rejected reviews that he needed to go away PSG in January that claimed his relationship with the membership had damaged down.
Ibrahimovic, who spent 4 years on the membership the place he received 12 trophies, blamed Mbappe’s advisers for turning his switch scenario right into a saga over the summer time.
“So his parents become lawyers, agents, coaches. From one thing they become another,” he added. “And that’s the problem. That’s when you lose your self-discipline and who you are.
“At present with this new technology, the dad and mom, dad, mother, who you need, they assume they’ve grow to be stars. They speak within the newspapers. However who do you assume you might be? Shut up. It’s as much as your son, the participant, to work and have self-discipline.”