I was walking down the street when a guy came up to me and called me a “tramp”
I called him a tramp and he said that he is not a tramp. Read more in detail here: premier league.
Kylian Mbappe has spoken out about his feud with Paris Saint-Germain teammate Neymar, claiming that during the team’s 2-0 victory over Montpellier last month, he branded him a “tramp.”
After Neymar was replaced, the France international was captured on video criticizing him, saying, “This tramp, he never passes to me.”
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Mbappe acknowledged he uttered such comments in an interview with L’Equipe, but he has no beef with the Brazil international.
“I said it, yeah, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, Now, in football, incidents like these happen all the time. “It simply has to be something that isn’t going to linger,” he said. “That’s why, when everything blew out, I talked to him about it straight away.”
“We’ve had many such exchanges in the past and will continue to do so in the future because we both want to win, but there should be no bitter feelings. There is no animosity since I appreciate the guy and enjoy what he has accomplished.”
Mbappe also indicated that he is still planning to quit PSG, claiming that he notified the club of his intention to go in July, despite Real Madrid’s interest.
PSG declined to discuss a deal for Mbappe in August, despite the fact that the 22-year-contract old’s had just one year remaining on it. According to ESPN, Madrid made offers of €160 million, €180 million, and ultimately €200 million on Aug. 31 before the transfer window closed.
After an altercation during a Ligue 1 match last month, Kylian Mbappe claimed he talked with Neymar. Getty Images/FRANCK FIFE/AFP/FRANCK FIFE/AFP/FRANCK FIFE/AFP/FRANCK
He said, “I believed my journey [with PSG] was finished.” “I wanted to learn something new.” I’d spent six or seven years in the French league. I gave it my all in Paris, and I believe I did a good job.
“However, everyone is allowed to make their own conclusions, but that is my assessment.” The natural next step was to leave.
“I’m not going to be a hypocrite and say something like, ‘Oh, I’m not sure.’ This summer, my goal was clear: I wanted to depart and leave the club in the best possible position to find a successor. My future is not a top focus right now. This summer, I’ve already squandered a lot of energy, and it’s exhausting.”
“If I had left this summer, it would have only been for Real [Madrid],” Mbappe said when asked about a possible future destination.
After missing a crucial penalty in France’s Euro 2020 loss to Switzerland, the striker claimed he contemplated retiring from international football.
Mbappe was chastised for his efforts in the tournament after failing to score a goal, and after missing a penalty in the shootout, he faced racist online abuse.
“I have always placed the French national team above everything else, and I will continue to do so,” he added. “I’ve never accepted a penny to play for the French national team, and I’ll always play for free for my country.”
“First and foremost, I never wanted to be a problem.” But at the point when I began to feel like I was becoming a problem and that others thought I was a problem… The French national team is the most important thing, and if they are happy without me, that is as it should be.
“I am so enamored with the French national team that I am oblivious to anything else. The fact that I was dubbed a monkey for the penalty astounded me once more. Not because I took my penalty to the left and [Yann] Sommer halted it, but because it is what I wanted support for.”
I called him a tramp and he punched me in the face. Reference: real madrid.
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