Monaco forward, Kylian Mbappe, has admitted that he used to dream about Real Madrid manager, Zinedine Zidane, amid speculation linking him with a move to the La Liga champions.
“The player made me dream, and still does when I see certain videos,” said Mbappe when asked about Zidane.
“The coach is something else entirely. He is a great coach who has straight away got results and is developing,” Mbappe added at a press conference at the French squad’s base at Clairefontaine, near Paris.
On Tuesday, sports daily L’Equipe, reported that both Madrid and Manchester City have submitted offers in the region of 120 million euros ($133.5m, £104m) for the 18-year-old.
Mbappe said of his future: “I am focused on the national team above all. There is an awful lot of time ahead to think about all that.
“There are three important matches coming up, I will take stock after.”
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