"Coming back to Paris was key" claims Mbappe at PSG unveiling

Bolivia 1 Chile 0 La Roja suffer huge setback in La Paz

Bolivia 1 Chile 0 La Roja suffer huge setback in La Paz

The French outfit faced a heartbreaking exit in the Champions League last season, and failed to win the Ligue 1 - events that led them to go wild in the transfer market gone by.

"It's been put on standby, but I'll have to get back on the case", said Mbappe, whose mother drove him to training at Monaco. It was important to return to the city where I grew up'.

"It's a great pleasure to join PSG, a very ambitious club that wants to become the best".

But the youngster insisted that he opted to move "for the project" and not just because of the opportunity to play alongside the Brazilian.

"He is an additional advantage", he said. "It's extraordinary to play with someone of that level".

"I discussed in depth with my family and I took the decision to join PSG", said the teenager who comes from the Paris suburbs.

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So you just look at different things that happened in different ways. "Ultimately no one knows Tom's game like he does". Roland-Jones, who made his global Test debut in July, has taken 14 wickets in three Tests.

"If the biggest transfer in history had still been (Paul) Pogba, I think (Liverpool forward) Philippe Coutinho would now be in Barcelona at £101m". It will not weigh me down, ' he said.

The 23-year-old is known to be greatly admired by Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, and enquiries were reportedly made for his services late in the window once it looked like Alexis Sanchez was set to depart.

"I have a lot to learn and prove but in Paris I will be able to do that, while winning". I am hungry for titles. "They have an awesome project and I want to improve and learn from my teammates".

And he was gushing with praise about head coach Unai Emery.

I always thought: "I want to be there, I want to be one of those big players who is trying to give people fun out of the game".

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