Confessions of Leonardo Jardim about the beginnings of Kylian Mbappe

You’re leaving, won’t you leave? Kylian Mbappé’s future is indeed, without a doubt, a summertime soap opera. The French striker is taking his time to announce his choice, to continue the adventure in Paris Saint-Germain or commit to Real Madrid, prompting all the speculation. Many players or coaches are asked to give their opinions on the future of the French hard block. Our colleagues from Parisian For their part, they chose to give the floor to the technician who launched it as a professional: Leonardo Jardim.

ASM coach between 2014 and 2018, Portugal’s Kylian Mbappé fired at the deep end of Ligue 1 in December 2015, during a match against Stade Malherbe de Caen, when he was just 17 years old (16 years 11 months). Back to the beginnings of the world champion: “When I start him at 16, I can’t imagine he’s going to have that much power, but I quickly realize I’m dealing with a different player. Before the others. More mature. We understood that not only did he have potential, but there was also a lot of room for improvement. Keep it up. Take steps.” Go to the preamble. According to him, the player reaches full maturity between the ages of 23 and 29. So it is believed that Mbappe “He has not finished impressing us and winning trophies. He is programmed for that. He embodies the present and the future of football.”

Without a club since his departure from Al Hilal (Saudi Arabia), former Monaco technician Leonardo Jardim is looking for and wants a new challenge. “Join an ambitious club. At least, better 5 or 6.”

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