Ronaldo gives verdict on the future Ballon d'Or rival Kylian Mbappe.

Ronaldo gives verdict on the future Ballon d'Or rival Kylian Mbappe.

The Juventus Forward believes the Paris Saint-Germain Star will be the future of the football world.


Cristiano Ronaldo has given a glowing endorsement of French forward  Kylian Mbappe.
The Juventus superstar, who is still recognized as one of the world's best players at the age of 35, believes the 21-year-old Paris Saint-Germain forward is the future of the football world.



The Portuguese forward is no stranger to being a young superstar himself, bursting onto the scene with ManUtd at the age of 18. He had more than 250 appearances,

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three league titles, a Champions League and his first Ballon d' Or After that, He moves to Real Madrid on a world record fee of £80million.

Ronaldo gives verdict on the future Ballon d'Or rival Kylian Mbappe.


Since then the Juventus superstar has gone on to win four more Champions League and Ballon d'Or gongs and is now breaking more records at his current club Juventus.

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Mbappe, on the other hand, has enjoyed a similar rise at the early stage in his football career, uplifting himself globally with excellent performances for Monaco before moving to French giant Paris-Germain on £130m world record fee plus add ons.

After joining PSG, He has scored 84 goals in 116 performances and won back-to-back Ligue 1 titles.
"Mbappe is the future of the football world," said Ronaldo, as per Marca.

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"He is a good and fantastic player, very fast, and he is going to be the future."
The French international has spoken highly of both superstar Ronaldo and Lionel Messi but has claimed it is too late for him to copy the later's football career.

"it is too late for me to imitate Messi's career, I would have done that before but I would have had to stay at Monaco," Mbappe told La Gazzetta Dello Sport.

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"without learning anything from Messi, now I have to tap on Cristiano's career for more inspiration.
"If you are from France, obviously you would like to copy Zinedine Zidane as your model.

After that, it was Cristiano Ronaldo, who I have  been fortunate enough to have faced as an opponent, at both club level and with the national team."

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