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PSG || Mbappé: "No One Can Put Limits On You; You Are The Owner Of Your Destiny"

Kylian Mbappé monopolizes the media attention for his category as a footballer, but also for what may happen with his future in the next transfer market. The PSG forward gave an interview to RMC in which he made French interesting. "No one can limit you if you have the ambition to do great things. You own your destiny. Each one is. I always wanted to be here, to be what I am, and now that I am, I want to continue growing and doing what I do best." the player pointed out.

The Paris Saint-Germain forward says that every time he enters a field he tells himself that he is the best, he plays against whoever he plays, to be able to offer his best version. "In my head I always tell myself that I am the best because that way you don't put limits on yourself and you try to give the best version of yourself," he says in an interview with RMC Sport radio station .

Mbappé, 22, points out that this attitude does not change even if he faces players like Argentine Leo Messi or Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo , who he admits are better and have done "a thousand more things" than him.

In my head I always tell myself that I'm the best

The player pointed out that it is important to convince yourself that you are capable of " moving mountains ." "People do not understand the ego, but when you are not well there is no one who is going to approach you to tell you that you are capable. You are alone. You have to convince yourself that you can do great things," he added.

This Thursday, the forward had stressed that he is tired of the criticism he receives for his game, both in PSG and in the national team, and explained that accepting them is more complicated for a footballer who plays in France than for those who are in foreign clubs.

Criticisms tire, especially when you give everything for the national team

"Criticism is tiring, especially when you play for a club in your country and give everything for the national team," the footballer told RTL radio after the French team's victory against Bosnia Herzegovina (0-1) with a goal from Antoine Griezmann.

Mbappé is also confident in his chances against Bayern: "It is a great team. We go calmly and confidently. It is a game that people will want to see, a beautiful game. We have to put on a good show. We hope to come back with victory."

The player won the World Cup in 2018 at just 18 years old and acknowledges that perhaps he was not fully aware of his importance having achieved it so early. "If I am lucky enough to win another at 30 it may be something more emotional and more symbolic," he added in Le Parisien, where he made it clear that although the World Cup is the "absolute Grail", the Champions League, at club level, " It is the maximum".

In the crosshairs of several major European clubs, Mbappé refuses for now to extend his commitment to PSG, as requested by the Qatari owners, fearful that a player for whom they paid in 2017 will go free in 2022 180 million euros.

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