Revealed: Kylian Mbappe reveals the manager of his dreams ahead of their opening World Cup match

Kylian Mbappe joined PSG after a scintillating season with AS Monaco.

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France international and current football sensation Kylian Mbappe has revealed the name of his dream coach and he named the former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger as his dream manager.

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Mbappe is currenly on France duty in the World Cup, but the PSG striker spoke to a french channel and was asked about his favorite coach. Speaking to Canal+ show in Au Tableau, Mbappe revealed that Arsene Wenger is the coach of his dreams.

‘He is French, he had a great career, and in addition he is free as he has just left Arsenal,’ he said.

Arsene Wenger left Arsenal at the end of last season after a tenure of almost 22 years, winning 3 Premier League and 7 FA Cup titles along the journey. Often being named as the revolutionary manager who changed the face of the game, Arsene Wenger has actually been a great servant to both Arsenal and the game of football. And young Kylian Mbappe clearly knows under the guidance of Wenger, he can absolutely thrive in his budding career.

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Kylian Mbappe says Arsene Wenger as his dream coach

But Bacary Sagna, the former France and Arsenal defender thinks otherwise as he predicts that Arsene Wenger will not take Deschamp’s position as the next France manager.

“I don’t think he will be the France national team manager one day because he wants to be part every single day in what he is doing,” Sagna told ESPN. “There’s only some momentum with the French national team and for him it’s not enough. I think he will try to get a team [a club].”

Sagna also added that his positive impact on many players and his mind will only benefit football and he needs to find a new abode for the coming years.

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Sagna and Wenger in his Arsenal days

The 68 year old himself said a few weeks back that he is still up for a new challenge and will not retire from coaching, but has also admitted that leaving Arsenal was not easy and it will take some time to get his mind back to start afresh.

 

 

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