29 October 2019

Mbappe Transfer : How Thomas Tuchel’s loss could be Real Madrid’s gain

Mbappe Transfer : How Thomas Tuchel’s loss could be Real Madrid’s gain

Real Madrid will look to take advantage of the relationship between Thomas Tuchel and Kylian Mbappe…

The man of the moment is Kylian Mbappe. The French prodigy and potential future player of Real Madrid has been in the hottest form in Europe. In the last three appearances, he has scored a whopping six goals and provided two assists. This included one of his best substitute performances against Club Brugge in the Champions League, where he came from the bench to score a hat-trick and provide an assist.

This is sending a message out to Thomas Tuchel that he must consider his options. The German coach has not allowed Mbappe the full 90 minutes since September, where since he has had to deal with short-lived games or coming on from the bench. This has not hindered his form though, in fact, it has only enhanced his mentality.

Real Madrid may want to cash in on Kylian Mbappe’s position. According to AS journalist Andres Onrubia, Los Blancos are “very attentive” to the deteriorating relationship between the Frenchman and his manager.

Kylian Mbappe is the best young player in the world and he is dubbed to be the heir to Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo‘s throne. However, he is not the main man at Paris Saint-Germain with Neymar taking all the plaudits.

The scariest thing for PSG fans is Kylian Mbappe’s killer mentality. He wants to reach the top of European football and he will stop at nothing to achieve that. If leaving French football is the only way to reach the top, then Mbappe will do just that.

He is a very skilful and fast player. Off the ball, he is a nightmare to mark because he uses his sprinting ability to get in behind the last man. This would make him the ideal player for Real Madrid as they look to add to their already fiery attack. He would make for the perfect Karim Benzema replacement, who is only ageing

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