Kylian Mbappe, a striker for Paris Saint-Germain, and Jude Bellingham, a midfielder for Borussia Dortmund, are two of the best young players in the world right now in the sport of football. This is due to the success that both players have had over the past few years. Therefore, it should not come as a surprise that supporters of a number of different clubs are enamored with these two stars, especially the supporters of Manchester United who are requesting that these two super players be brought to Old Trafford.
According to a video that was shared by ESPN on their verified Facebook Page, some fans of Manchester United caught up with their coach, Erik Ten Hag, at the club's parking lot, and while he was signing autographs for them, one of the fans asked the Dutch strategist to sign Kylian Mbappe and Jude Bellingham's autographs.
In his response, Erik Ten Hag expressed his willingness to do so by stating that he wants to. However, he made the situation much funnier by asking the little supporter if he had any pennies (money) for him.
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