A former teammate of Kylian Mbappe has disclosed that the French superstar considers Cristiano Ronaldo to be superior to Lionel Messi.
Abdou Diallo, a former Paris Saint-Germain defender, asserts that Mbappe believes Ronaldo is “untouchable” when it comes to determining the best footballer of all time.
Diallo further stated that Mbappe would be willing to debate Ronaldo’s superiority over Messi for at least an hour.
The PSG loanee currently playing for Red Bull Leipzig stated, “Cristiano Ronaldo is basically everything to Kylian Mbappe.”
Both Messi and Ronaldo have been at the peak of their game for years, and both arrived in Qatar in search of the elusive World Cup championship.
Ronaldo’s hopes of winning football’s most prestigious trophy were dashed when Portugal lost to Morocco in the quarterfinals.
Messi is currently one step away from glory, with Mbappe and France standing in his way.
The 2018 champions will attempt to retain their title and become the first nation since Brazil to win back-to-back World Cups.
Many football fans are supporting for Messi because they want to see the Argentina star hoist the golden cup aloft and solidify his status as the all-time great.
Didier Deschamps has stated that he and his team will do all possible to prevent Lionel Messi from having a fairytale conclusion to his World Cup campaign.
He stated, “We will do everything necessary to prevent this from occurring.” At the conclusion of the game, someone will receive a third star on their shirt.”
While France left-back Theo Hernandez asserted that Messi did not frighten them, he added, “Let’s recover for Sunday. Messi does not frighten us, Argentina is a wonderful team, but we have a few days to prepare.”
Sunday’s match between France and Argentina will begin at 3pm UK time at the Lusail Stadium. Who will emerge victorious? Please tell us in the comments.
Glen Johnson ‘incited’ Marcus Rashford to join Real Madrid
Because the two sides have not found a common voice, the agreement between this brilliant player and the red half of Manchester is going to expire.
Some sources claim that Manchester United have invoked an automatic one-year extension clause for Marcus Rashford, whose contract expires at the end of June 2023.
However, under Bosman’s Law, the English star is still free to talk with any club for the final six months of his current contract in January.
As a result, unless Rashford is soon persuaded to extend his contract, Manchester United risk losing the 25-year-old midfielder in the summer of next year.
Rumors about Real Madrid seeking for a successor for Karim Benzema have surfaced at this time.
The old general was born in 1987 and played at the highest level for a short period of time.
Meanwhile, neither Vinicius Jr. nor Rodrygo could take the lead in the offensive.
Los Blancos scouts were drawn to Marcus Rasford’s versatility and the potential to recruit him for free.
Former Manchester United player Glen Johnson feels Rashford is ready to play for Real Madrid. The former Chelsea and Liverpool midfielder also stated that the Santiago Bernabeu stadium is the ideal fit for the 25-year-old talent. Rashford, too, will embrace the opportunity to play for a La Liga representative. Johnson stated to GG Recon:
“I have no doubt that Real Madrid is interested in him.
But can he replace Benzema?
We won’t know until he plays in the Champions League for them week after week.
He obviously possesses the skill.
“Real Madrid will contend for the La Liga title, will advance far in the Champions League, and you will be able to live in the sun. So it’s not a big concern for me. When teams like PSG are involved. Real Madrid wants you, and you will have to look after them.
He’s obviously from Manchester and worked at a prominent club.
However, any player who claims they are not interested in speaking with a club like Real Madrid is lying.
Rashford may not say anything, but he will undoubtedly be curious.”
In the 2022/23 English Premier League season, Marcus Rashford has scored the most goals with three in 14 games. After Cristiano Ronaldo left Manchester United, the 1997-born player had the opportunity to lead the attack. Even if England only reached the quarterfinals at the 2022 World Cup, Rashford’s individual performance was still quite good.