Paris Saint-Germain didn’t care about Mbappe
France’s Paris Saint-Germain has not reacted, to the achievement of Kylian Mbappe, the team’s striker.
The Parisian club’s official social media accounts ignored Mbappe’s congratulations, winning the award for world player of the year during the Globe Soccer ceremony in Dubai, on Monday evening.
The PSG management has thus differentiated between the team’s top scorer and star over 5 seasons, and newcomer Lionel Messi, who joined early this season coming on a free transfer coming from Barcelona, Spain.
After Messi won the Ballon d’Or this year, for the seventh time in his history, the official accounts of the Parisian club flooded with congratulations to the Argentine star, devising more than one way to celebrate the first player to achieve this prestigious Saint-Germain shirt award.
The Parisian administration’s disregard for Kylian Mbappe’s achievement opens the door to speculation about a rift in the relationship between the parties, for the player’s procrastination in renewing his contract.
Kylian Mbappe’s contract with PSG expires at the end of the current season at the end of June 2022. With numerous reports linking him to a move to Real Madrid.
The ceremony saw several awards handed out as young Frenchman Kylian Mbappe crown World Player of the Year. Poland’s Robert Lewandowski scooped two Best by public vote, and Maradona by top scorer in 2021.
England’s Chelsea awardes the club’s best award in the world, while Italy names the best team.
Italian youngster Gianlogy Donnarumma, the current PSG and former Milan star, award the best goalkeeper award, while his compatriot and Azzurri coach Roberto Mancini names the best coach.
The award for the best player agent snappers up by Italian Federico Pastorello, and compatriot Leonardo Bonucci picked up the award for the best defender.
The award for the best career for a professional footballer went to Brazil legend Ronaldinho.
Barcelona’s Alexia Bottias gets the best player in the world during 2021 and her club gets the best women’s team.
Legend Cristiano Ronaldo is on the winner’s list, through the award for “football’s historic top scorer.”
Saudi Musaed Al-Dossary, the world’s best esports award, deserved after his stunning performance in the game “FIFA.”
“Manchester City” Txiki Begerstein names sporting director of the year in 2021.
The Egyptian club Z received the 2021 award for Best Youth Academy in Africa.