Martin Keown has told Kylian Mbappe to move to Manchester City ahead of Manchester United if the forward decides to leave Monaco.
Mbappe is aware that for his development he would require regular minutes next season too and Monaco are well placed to provide him exactly that as they have their plans ready for him.
Giuly, an alumnus and current director at Monaco, was talking about the 18-year-old after he helped the Ligue 1 side overcome Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League quarter-finals.
"I hope that Mbappe continues with us for a long time and gives us many great nights of football", Cordon said.More news: Nashville Predators complete sweep of Chicago Blackhawks
"He is a player that has had an important progression and has deserved it".
The France worldwide has been in stunning form for the Ligue 1 side throughout the 2016-17 season to alert Europe's top clubs to the teenager's talent. He is going strong.
The biggest problem teenage football stars face is that they are exposed to large amounts of money at a very young age, which can lead them to getting too big for their britches.
"It's one to watch and it will be a big talking point over the summer".More news: BP's leaking Alaska well stops spraying crude oil, still emitting gas
"I hope he stays for the good of Monaco, but we know how the market works and what football is like", Cordon added.
Mbappe is expected to be one of the main headliners in the summer transfer window after enjoying a meteoric rise since his debut for Monaco in December 2015.
"We're two matches away from a final which would be historic for this club, we need to maintain the care-free attitude which is the hallmark of this team".
Mbappe's teammate Radamel Falcao hailed him as "a very intelligent player" and said: "Besides his youth, he has a lot of class and has managed to learn to read the games very quickly at this level".More news: Comedian Don Rickles dies at 90
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