Paris Saint-Germain star player, Kylian Mbappe, has addressed the criticism he has faced following his letter to the club.
The 2018 World Cup champion had informed the team in writing that he has no plans to continue playing for them after his current contract expires in 2024.
Following widespread criticism from PSG over the player’s decision, the club has reportedly put the player up for sale this summer.
When his contract expires in June 2024, PSG does not want the former Monaco player to depart for free, and their president Nasser Al-Khelaifi is reportedly upset with the striker.
Mbappe said he didn’t expect such fury in the aftermath of sending his letter.
According to transfer expert, Fabrizio Romano, Mbappe said, “Honestly, I did not think I was going to offend anyone. I only sent a letter. I didn’t know a letter could kill someone. It’s just a letter. I don’t care about the reactions.”