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"Sometimes we are best friends, sometimes we talk less"

“Sometimes we are best friends, sometimes we talk less”

Paris Saint-Germain: Mbappe held a press conference on Monday (5), the day before Champions Leagueagainst Juventus

At a press conference on Monday (5), one day before Champions League against the Juventusattacker Kylian MbappeFrom Paris Saint-GermainHe opened the game and admitted that he has an up and down relationship with him Neymar in the French national team.

This season, the pair have already had some squabbles, with disagreements on the field over pass and plays options. In addition, the uncertainty over who would be the official penalty kicker shook the locker room.

In an interview on Monday, Mbappe emphasized that his relationship with Nai is good, but that she sometimes “calms down”.

“With Neymar, I’ve always had a relationship based on respect. We had some warm moments and some colder ones,” he said.

He continued, “Sometimes we are the best friends in the world. Sometimes we talk less. This is the nature of our relationship.”

“But there is a lot of respect between us. I have a lot of respect for the player, what he represents, and how important he is to our team,” he praised.

“Life is not linear. Things happen and change. But we always do everything with respect and always think of PSG first.”

In response to a question about who will receive a possible penalty against Juventus, Mbappe confirmed that there is no definition in the team for this topic.

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“Let’s see (laughs). There will always be a discussion about it. We have to see how things go in the match,” he said.

“We’re both ready. If the match decides Neymar’s going to hit, he hits. If the job falls to me, I’m hit. Being the #1 hitter doesn’t mean you’re going to hit all the penalties,” he argued.

He concluded, “That doesn’t exist in any club in the world, let alone playing with so many high-ranking players. You have to know when to cut the pie, and I don’t have a problem with that.”