Kylian is one of the best players in the world, but we want more," the PSG boss asserted, hinting at private conversations to address these concerns.
Mbappe, who leads Ligue 1's scoring chart with an impressive tally of 13 goals in just 11 appearances this season, has been at the centre of transfer speculations, particularly with Real Madrid's persistent interest. Recent reports, however, suggest a waning pursuit from the Spanish giants.
Responding to Enrique's critique, Mbappe affirmed his familiarity with receiving critical feedback from coaches, highlighting his constructive relationship with past mentors despite occasional disagreements.
"I've always worked well with demanding coaches like Deschamps, Pochettino, Tuchel, who have spoken 'badly' to me," Mbappe stated, underscoring that such feedback doesn't hinder his performance or rapport with coaches.
Addressing the ongoing transfer rumors, Mbappe remained elusive during his international duties, deflecting questions about Real Madrid and redirecting the focus to his commitment to the French national team.
"The focus is on the country above anything else for the next week," he evasively responded, deferring the conversation to a later date at PSG's training facility, Campus PSG.
Mbappe is expected to feature in France's match against Gibraltar in the Euro 2024 qualifiers on Saturday. PSG will resume action with a Ligue 1 clash against Monaco on Friday, November 24.
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