Check Out “Mauricio Pochettino denied Chelsea’s interest in Kylian Mbappe.” With PSG reportedly willing to transfer the World Cup champion, the Blues are reportedly one of several Premier League clubs attempting to persuade the French superstar to play in the British league.

While acknowledging his love for his former PSG player MBappe, new Chelsea manager Pochettino said: “We are working on our reality, our reality is different.”

“I have nothing to add from my end. My only wish is that they manage to satisfy both parties.

I coached and played for PSG, and I also adore Kylian.

Mauricio Pochettino Denied Chelsea's Interest In Kylian Mbappe
Mauricio Pochettino Denied Chelsea’s Interest In Kylian Mbappe

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Declan Rice says he will take his £105 million price tag in stride and is focused on winning the Premier League and the Champions League for Arsenal.

The English midfielder transferred from West Ham, a rival club in London, earlier this month after the two organizations agreed on the breakdown of the Premier League record salary for a British player.

In order to prepare for the forthcoming season, Rice has now arrived in the United States and is working with his new teammates. The Gunners are hoping to improve on their second-place result from the previous year.

After winning the Europa Conference League trophy in his farewell game as West Ham captain, Rice is eager for success as Mikel Arteta’s team returns to the top table of European football for the first time since 2017.

“I believe the time is now. You may be aware that Mikel led Arsenal to Community Shield and FA Cup victories, but Rice told Sky Sports News that “this is a massive club, and there is constant pressure to deliver titles, and it has been so long since Arsenal won the Premier League.”

“Last year was so close; I think we’re doing better now that we’ve had a chance to learn from it. That should be a goal, and since you are playing in the Champions League, you obviously want to win; you aren’t there merely to participate.

There is a persistent myth surrounding Arsenal that they won’t win the Premier League or that they haven’t performed well enough.

“But I absolutely did not perceive it that way. In my opinion, Arteta has helped the team get better each year. Each player has improved on their own. Everyone has advanced to a new level, and when I asked Mikel about his vision for Arsenal and how he wanted me to play, he told me where he saw me playing.

“For me, being a part of this project that will help Arsenal return to the spotlight and win some trophies is really exciting right now.”