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'Very difficult' - Vincent Kompany makes bold Kylian Mbappe claim amid Liverpool transfer links

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Vincent Kompany believes Kylian Mbappe is like 'Ronaldinho in his prime' amid continued speculation linking the forward with a move to Liverpool.

According to a report from Spain last month, Mbappe told Paris Saint-Germain he wanted to leave in July amid significant interest from Real Madrid, who bid £154million for the 23-year-old in the summer before he signed a new contract in Paris.

READ MORE: Ian Graham to leave Liverpool as FSG left with another major hole in transfer department READ MORE: Julian Ward exit leaves worried Liverpool fans expecting more 'big changes' Mbappe has previously stayed silent on the reports, refusing to shut down the rumours linking him to Liverpool while others at PSG have denied them.

He said: “I have not asked to leave Paris Saint-Germain in January.

“He’s light and quick.

With these players, there is actually no solutions – it’s very difficult to limit a player like this.” • Jamie Carragher 'hunted down' Cameroon manager after new signing 'mocked him' in Liverpool training • Liverpool striker who went viral after spectacular overhead kick dreams of Europe after seven-goal run

The report from Marca claimed the forward now wants to leave in January as his relationship with the French club is 'completely broken' - but he will not be allowed to join Real and his only feasible option could be Liverpool.
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