Liverpool have made winning look easy - Mbappe
According to him, winning the Ballon d’Or would be nice following his fourth spot last year yet it is not one of his top priorities
Players linked to Liverpool in the coming season seem to have already fallen in love with the Red's ability to overcome results and making football so attractive and stress-free.
Timo Werner started it by praising Klopp and his players for the decent execution of matches in the 2019-2020 season together with their outstanding campaign across Europe and the world.
French international and World Cup winner, Kylian Mbappe has done same by expressing admiration for the English club describing their ruthlessness as an instrument of hard work and a fulcrum that makes work easier.
The Paris St. Germain star has been linked to Liverpool following Le10 Sport report that Jurgen Klopp phoned Mbappe’s father and wanted to convince him to convert his son’s interest from the Ligue 1 club and other interesting moves by top teams to join the Reds project in the upcoming season.
In an interview with The Mirror, the 21-year-old celebrated Jurgen Klopp for his tactical approach and competence to turn the Reds into a winning instrument.
"This season Liverpool have been a machine in the Premier League. They have made winning look easy - but the truth is that is never easy.
"To be as ruthless as they have been would come from having a very good manager and lots of hard work in training. Performances like they have been having don't just happen."
Liverpool has a 25-point lead atop the league table and needs two wins to be crowned champions of England if the league resumes.
Mbappe has won the French Ligue four times including this season’s and was crowned the top scorer in the just French Ligue after it was brought to an abrupt end because of the coronavirus pandemic. According to him, winning the Ballon d’Or would be nice following his fourth spot last year yet it is not one of his top priorities.
"It would be nice to win - but it is not something that keeps me awake at night," he said. "I don't think I have to win it next season or the season after - there is no time limit I have put on it.
"Always I will put PSG and the national team as my priority - then if personal honors come from my performances then it is a bonus."