Worn out by the criticisms, which often come from the entourage of Florentino Pérez, Zinédine Zidane should no longer be the coach of Real Madrid next season, while Kylian Mbappé (PSG) is supposed to arrive.
The Spanish press was happy yesterday to relay the information that Kylian Mbappé informed the leaders of PSG that he would not extend his contract. And that he would therefore ask to leave this summer. Except that the Iberian media see him at Real Madrid while his coach, Mauricio Pochettino, swears that he keeps asking him about the Premier League and asks him to speak to him in English …
But if PSG ends up accepting the idea of seeing its world champion leave and if Florentino Pérez manages to raise the necessary funds for his transfer, there is a good chance that Kylian Mbappé will not be coached by Zinédine Zidane. And this while the presence of his compatriot on the bench would be one of the conditions for his coming.
Indeed, in France Football this Tuesday, Fred Hermel, generally well informed on the backstage of Real, ensures that the Madrid leaders do not wish to continue the adventure with Zidane and that the latter, annoyed by constant criticism while he accumulates titles, would not want to continue either. This is already the second time that Hermel has announced the departure in June of ZZ. Unless a fourteenth Champions League puts everyone in agreement …
Basta con mirar la rueda de prensa de Zinedine Zidane para entender cuál es el foco del equipo “pequeñito Real Madrid” .Pero no, acusemos usando la portada de Marca 😂😂😂Igual se la dejo profe. https://t.co/QtYaMDxkww https://t.co/ES26xKKEmw
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