In addition to being an extraordinary footballer, Kylian Mbappé is appreciated for his often perfect attitude off the field.
Excellent in his communication, Kylian Mbappé is a real model in this field for many young professional footballers. Always very polite, classy and respectful of his interlocutors, Kylian Mbappé has so far avoided any extra-sporting controversy since the start of his career, a real feat in view of his enormous media coverage. Well educated by his parents, Kylian Mbappé is even a little too smooth according to Patrice Evra. In an interview with the readers of the Parisian, the former defender of the France and Manchester United team spoke of the center-forward of Paris Saint-Germain. And quite incredible advice, the one who briefly wore the OM colors encouraged Kylian Mbappé to “To slip”, a piece of advice that his parents would advise him not to follow …
Evra would like to see Mbappé “slip”
I also wish you a Happy New Year my little Camille ❤️🙏🏽.
Keep on fighting like you do, you are teaching us all a lesson in life. ✊🏽
The violence of comments for a kid… We’re really hitting rock bottom. It would be a question of recovering a little. https://t.co/UgBTVnzhTB
— Kylian Mbappé (@KMbappe) January 10, 2022
“He has a good education. I would love to see Kylian slip away. I find it too formatted. I love it, but it’s too clean and it hides something. When I hear him speak, I have the impression of hearing a politician. On the pitch, I hope he will think of the team and not of his personal goals because the star is the team, and not just a single player ” launched Patrice Evra before discussing the situation of young football stars as a whole. “You have nothing and all of a sudden you end up with all that money.” They are not psychologically ready. You have a lot of people around you, when you go out … There are PSG players who are racked up, they go to restaurants where people tell them: ” You pay the bill or we break them legs. We always talk about Marseille, but you know how many players from Paris are terrified of going out to eat? “ launched Patrice Evra, highlighting a real problem.