Real Madrid: the reaction of Carlo Ancelotti and the locker room to the Mbappé failure


While Mbappé’s decision to stay in Paris ignites Spain, the Real Madrid group remains rather calm.

“I regret what happened in the past few days. They shattered the dream you had since you were a child. Wish you all the best “. We can say it, Florentino Pérez was disappointed, but remained rather classy when it came to responding to Kylian Mbappé. Far from the rage and even the hatred that one can read or hear from pro-Madrid journalists or supporters.

And in the Real Madrid locker room, how did we welcome this news? According to information from brand, the reactions were rather calm, and there was even a certain indifference. There were some reactions on social networks, like that of Benzema that the Spanish press attributes to this soap opera, but no catastrophism or huge surprise.

The locker room doesn’t care!

The newspaper explains that Carlo Ancelotti logically followed the progress of the file, just like the players, but that the two parties were not particularly devastated by its outcome. “They didn’t care what was going on with the world champion”, even goes so far as to write the Spanish media. Very close-knit, the Madrid group is mainly in the lead in the Champions League.

A final that has been overshadowed by the Mbappé file in the media and even among many supporters, but the players remain 100% focused on this deadline and have not been disturbed more than that by this endless soap opera. But there is no doubt that in the event of a new confrontation between Real Madrid and PSG in the coming years, they will be keen to prove to the French that he was wrong…

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