Mbappe opens fire on Paris Saint-Germain: I am finally free from hell!

Kylian Mbappé appeared for the first time after announcing his move to Real Madrid, as he spoke to the media in a press conference ahead of the friendly match between France and Luxembourg.

Mbappe opened fire on the Paris Saint-Germain administration, headed by Nasser Al-Khelaifi, and revealed that had it not been for the presence of Luis Enrique and sports advisor Luis Campos, he would not have participated in a single match in the past season.

The 25-year-old said, “I participated in fewer matches at the end of last season. Everyone knows the reason for that, but I have to adapt to the situation.”

He also added, “I cannot consider what happened as an excuse. Rather, I will do everything in my power to be fully prepared and help the French national team achieve the Euro.”

He continued, “I feel liberated. The Paris Saint-Germain administration dealt with me very harshly, and I was told clearly to my face that I would not play again (because he refused to renew his contract).”

He continued, “Luis Enrique and Luis Campos saved me. Without them, I would not have played even a minute again last season. This is a fact.”

He concluded, “I was happy at Paris Saint-Germain. I cannot say otherwise because it would be like spitting in soup, but other things happened that made me very sad.”