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Mbappe is not a good fit for Liverpool, he’s not Klopp’s kind of player’

 

Paris Saint-Germain superstar Kylian Mbappe is not a good fit for Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool, according to Jason McAteer.

 

 

The Reds have been strongly linked with a move for the 21-year-old forward, who has been prolific in French football since breaking through at Monaco back in 2016.

Mbappe has also shone in the Champions League and was part of France’s World Cup-winning squad in Russia two years ago.

Signing Mbappe would be regarded by many as a statement of intent from runaway Premier League leaders Liverpool, but McAteer is not so sure – with RB Leipzig’s Timo Werner and Borussia Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho higher on his wish list.

“You can’t stand still, you need to evolve. From a manager’s perspective, always trying to stay two, three moves ahead,” the former Reds midfielder told Stats Perform News.

“It’s Jurgen’s job to visualise what he sees next season, preparing for upcoming seasons.

“PSG are a unique club, desperate to win the Champions League, put a fantastic squad together, [but] players want a bigger challenge.

“The Mbappe one for me doesn’t sit quite right – a superstar in his own right, [but] not the right time to come to Liverpool.

“[I’m] not sure he’s Jurgen’s kind of player. At the minute, just not for me.

“I’d rather see Werner or Sancho. We could see him [Mbappe] at Liverpool because he fits for different reasons, but for football, I just don’t know that he fits at this current time.”

Klopp’s side sit 25 points clear at the top of the Premier League table after 29 fixtures, with action in England set to resume on June 17 as the Reds close in on a first top-flight title in 30 years.

Liverpool need just two more wins to be confirmed as champions, having already established a commanding 25-point lead over current holders Manchester City, who pipped them to the finishing post by a single point last term.

Ligue 1, meanwhile, was ended in April with leaders PSG awarded the championship for a third successive year on a points-per-game basis.

Mbappe was subsequently awarded the Golden Boot ahead of Monaco’s Wissam Ben Yedder, who matched the Frenchman’s tally of 18 but missed out on the award due to the fact three of his efforts came from the penalty spot.

The Reds have been strongly linked with a move for the 21-year-old forward, who has been prolific in French football since breaking through at Monaco back in 2016.

Mbappe has also shone in the Champions League and was part of France’s World Cup-winning squad in Russia two years ago.

Signing Mbappe would be regarded by many as a statement of intent from runaway Premier League leaders Liverpool, but McAteer is not so sure – with RB Leipzig’s Timo Werner and Borussia Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho higher on his wish list.

“You can’t stand still, you need to evolve. From a manager’s perspective, always trying to stay two, three moves ahead,” the former Reds midfielder told Stats Perform News.

“It’s Jurgen’s job to visualise what he sees next season, preparing for upcoming seasons.

“PSG are a unique club, desperate to win the Champions League, put a fantastic squad together, [but] players want a bigger challenge.

“The Mbappe one for me doesn’t sit quite right – a superstar in his own right, [but] not the right time to come to Liverpool.

“[I’m] not sure he’s Jurgen’s kind of player. At the minute, just not for me.

“I’d rather see Werner or Sancho. We could see him [Mbappe] at Liverpool because he fits for different reasons, but for football, I just don’t know that he fits at this current time.”

Klopp’s side sit 25 points clear at the top of the Premier League table after 29 fixtures, with action in England set to resume on June 17 as the Reds close in on a first top-flight title in 30 years.

Liverpool need just two more wins to be confirmed as champions, having already established a commanding 25-point lead over current holders Manchester City, who pipped them to the finishing post by a single point last term.

Ligue 1, meanwhile, was ended in April with leaders PSG awarded the championship for a third successive year on a points-per-game basis.

Mbappe was subsequently awarded the Golden Boot ahead of Monaco’s Wissam Ben Yedder, who matched the Frenchman’s tally of 18 but missed out on the award due to the fact three of his efforts came from the penalty spot.

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25 Comments

  1. Reply

    That’s good

  2. Profile photo ofItz Kvng Twitch

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    England league is hard mind you

  3. Reply

    He is, please let him come

  4. Reply

    Very true

  5. Reply

    This is good

  6. Reply

    Very good information

  7. Reply

    Not really sure he will fit into Liverpool though, his game pattern is quite different from the English team.

  8. Reply

    I don’t know much about football

  9. Reply

    Issorite

  10. Reply

    Mbappe is a talented young man he will still go places and moving to Liverpool football club will be a great move

  11. Reply

    Good post

  12. Reply

    Mbape stay where you are treated like a king

  13. Reply

    He’s good now

  14. Reply

    Nice

  15. Reply

    This is nice

  16. Reply

    Good one

  17. Profile photo ofSIRMUSTY

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    liverpool mean business no time to wait for man united

  18. Reply

    Good write up

  19. Reply

    Cool

  20. Reply

    Good write up

  21. Reply

    Good

  22. Reply

    Good write up

  23. Profile photo ofKreator

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    Good write up

  24. Reply

    Nice info

  25. Reply

    Thanks for the update

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