Paris Saint Germain forward Kylian Mbappe has fired warning prior to their meeting with Liverpool in the Champions League.
The French wonderkid is enjoying an extended break before flying to Liverpool to take on the jubilant Reds at the Anfield. The 19 year old got the marching order at Nimes for pushing a player in the Ligue 1. The French side went on to win the match 4-2 but they will have to compete in the next three games without the service of the youngster.
Jurgen Klopp‘s side have made a wonderful start to the season as they have won their first four matches pretty convincingly. However, with the likes of Mbappe and Neymar in the French side the Reds defence is expected to face a tricky test.
Mbappe said, “Playing on Tuesday at Anfield against a big European club is the ideal way to debut the new kit.
“Of course Liverpool is one of our main rivals, but I have good feelings about it. I think we’re ready to do something big and positive.
“Our group is complicated, but this is the nature of the champions who want to win it because it is the most prestigious trophy in Europe.
“Against Napoli it will be tough, Ancelotti makes his team play well with a certain philosophy and high pressing. Also in Napoli their fans are spectacular.
“My memories from there aren’t really pleasant. In a friendly in 2016 with Monaco we lost 5-0 to Napoli, I know exactly what I’m talking about. If we fall asleep on the pitch they are certainly not waking us up. If we want to win, we must give our best.”