PSG and France superstar Kylian Mbappe sent Man Utd ace Jadon Sancho a heartwarming message following yesterday’s Wembley win.

The Red Devils claimed their first trophy since 2017 by defeating Newcastle in the Carabao Cup final.

Jadon Sancho is celebrating his first trophy at Man Utd


Jadon Sancho is celebrating his first trophy at Man UtdCredit: Getty
PSG star Kylian Mbappe left Sancho a classy message


PSG star Kylian Mbappe left Sancho a classy messageCredit: EPA

Erik ten Hag’s men beat Newcastle 2-0 at Wembley with goals coming from main men Casemiro and Marcus Rashford.

Sancho, 22, was a late substitute for Man Utd, replacing Antony in the 83rd minute.

And the England international will be hoping that the League Cup is one of many to come at Old Trafford.

Sancho has just returned to action after taking a break from football to work on his physical and mental fitness.

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His comeback has drawn some of football‘s biggest stars to his Instagram comments section to congratulate him on winning the domestic cup.

PSG star Mbappe said: “Good to see you with a smile.”

Mbappe’s presence in the comments section has Man Utd fans excited.

Fans were convinced Mbappe would be joining the Old Trafford club earlier this month.


Mbappe wrote in French the words for “all that remains to be done” as he looked ahead to the second leg of the last-16 tie.

However, the translation in English bizarrely added the claim that: “Manchester United’s team is now on PSG.”

And under Sancho’s post, one fan responded to Mbappe, saying: “Come over to United, we will have smiles all round.”

Mbappe’s best pal and PSG team-mate, Achraf Hakimi, could also be found in the comments section.

Hakimi played alongside Sancho in Germany at Borussia Dortmund.

Sancho will be hoping to get some starts under his belt between now and the end of the season.

Man Utd are still contesting another three competitions: the FA Cup, Europa League and Premier League.

Up next is West Ham in the FA Cup on Wednesday at Old Trafford.

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