Asked by Sky Sport Italia, Leonado, sports director of PSG, announced the upcoming entry into a concrete phase on the future of Neymar and Kylian Mbappé, under contract until 2022 in Paris.
Leonardo was a happy man, Wednesday night after the feat of PSG on the field of Bayern Munich (2-3), in the quarter-final first leg of the Champions League. The Parisian sports director praised the exceptional performance of his players, scorers of a team undefeated for two years in the competition.
“A show of force”
“Today was a show of pride, in a complicated situation, with many absences, with the snow, Bayern who had not lost for 19 matches in the Champions League, I am very happy, s’ is he enthusiastic at the microphone of Sky Sport Italia. We also needed a little luck. In the decisive matches of the Champions League, we always managed to answer present like in Manchester, Barcelona and today. a show of strength from a growing team, a young team, the comeback is missing now. We have to deal with the comeback in a different way, knowing how to manage better than when we met Barcelona. “
The Brazilian leader has obviously not escaped questions about the future of his two stars, Neymar and Kylian Mbappé, under contract until 2022 with Paris.
“We would also be happy to talk about contracts but today we will focus on the competition, he replied. We will have to see things and we will soon come to a more concrete situation with them, but now we have to focus on the competition, of which we are entering the final phase. “
Leonardo’s speech does not really change on these subjects. “You know our intention, he confided on March 11 in Top of the Foot on RMC. We are talking with them. We are trying to reach a conclusion as quickly as possible. We are talking, we are moving forward, we will see. come at a time when you need a conclusion and an idea of what each other’s position is. It is important to be clear. Today, Mbappé is under contract with PSG until June 30, 2022. C ‘is a fact. Today there is no worry. “
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On Wednesday, Sky Sport Italia also took the opportunity to discuss a possible interest from PSG for AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma. “We are currently in the Champions League phase, not the transfer window.”