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Can't believe them: Nagelsmann dismisses Mbappe's injury Israel today


The coach of Bayern Munich is sure that the PSG star will play against his team next week, in the round of 16 of the Champions League • "They may be trying to play with us, they are hiding the truth about his situation"

Next week the Champions League returns, and the main game will bring together the German champions, Bayern Munich, and the French champions, PSG, and it seems that the psychological warfare between the parties has already begun.

Last week, during the league victory over Montpellier (1:3), the star of the Parisians, Kylian Mbappe, came off the field injured, and the team claimed that he would be absent for a period of three weeks, thus missing the first meeting with the Bavarians.

Bayern coach Julian Nagelsmann is not convinced by the French reports, and at the last press conference he attended, he said: "I don't know what Mbappe has, but I expect him to play."


Psychological warfare at its peak, photo: AFP

Nagelsmann continued to question the seriousness of Mbappe's injury: "PSG are very unclear about his condition. They are hiding the truth about his condition. In a report on their website, they wrote that he will be absent for up to three weeks, but do not specify what injury he has. I do not I believe he will miss the game."

At the end, the German coach said: "I am preparing for the game with the expectation that Mbappe will play. They announced his absence too early, although it was not reported that his injury was serious. It could be that they are trying to play with us."

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Source: israelhayom

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