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“Mbappé is the Future Lionel Messi….”: Samuel Eto’o’s Advice to Mbappé to Make a Great Career

The outbreak of Mbappé was under the banner of Monaco but, the young player has confirmed his talent this season with Paris Saint-Germain. The advice of an elder is what Samuel Eto’o tries to give Kylian Mbappé to succeed in his career.

It’s obvious, Kylian Mbappé has a great future. The PSG striker has confirmed his potential this season. The young international is only waiting for the World Cup to be seen in the eyes of the entire football world.

Samuel Eto’o is already seduced. He compares Mbappé to his former teammate at Barça, Lionel Messi.

 This is the future Messi … “

In an interview with France Football, the former Cameroonian international said ”  This is the future Messi if he manages his status well, if he understands what is happening around his name  .” ”  There are so many things to take into account, to make a great career, which have nothing to do with the qualities of footballer, even out of the ordinary,  ” he warned. 


Eto’o’s advice

The former FC Barcelona striker has tried to give advice to the young Mbappé ”  I hope to have the opportunity to talk to him one day. We must always listen to the big brothers who warn about this or that danger. He must remain this young boy passionate football, the game remains central to everything  .

Eto’o think that ”  Kylian is a good boy, he is on this path. He searches all the time Cavani and Neymar, even too often. He is an attacker, he has to score a lot more  . ” ”  The goal is love. All the attackers do in a stadium is to achieve this famous goal. Kylian has to understand that. He can draw inspiration from the superhuman mental strength of Leo Messi, whom I saw growing up in Barça. He keeps making games easy by creating things every second,  “says Samuel Eto’o.


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