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Without Mbappe, Real Madrid wouldn’t be the same team for me


Carlo Ancelotti, manager of Real Madrid, has said that his team is “complete” without Kylian Mbappé.

Ancelotti made those comments after his team defeated Manchester United 2-0 in a friendly match played in Houston.

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Early on, newcomer Jude Bellingham—brought in from Borussia Dortmund for €103 million this summer—found the back of the net, and then fellow summer signing Joselu added a second with a fantastic overhead kick.

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Despite losing Karim Benzema and rumors involving Mbappé, Ancelotti remains confident in his current roster.

The team is doing nicely. The team won’t be a problem for us at all. Having a subpar team would be problematic. It’s a fantastic group of people to work with. Ancelotti proclaimed to the press that everything was finished.

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When pressed for an answer about Mbappé, he abruptly said, “Next question.”


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