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21 April 2017, 06:43 | Andy Ferguson
BT SPORTThe BT Sport studio were impressed by Kylian Mbappe last night
A quite incredible 22-years separates the two players, with Totti still going strong in Serie A for his hometown team.
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.
And the Premier League pair have received a boost after Monaco's sporting director Antonio Cordon insisted that Madrid are yet to enquire about Mbappe.
Manchester City, meanwhile, were also reported to be pushing hard to sign the Monaco starlet to bolster Pep Guardiola's attacking options. "I didn't do Mbappe's contract and I can't tell you the details of the clause, but it's a lot of money".
Asked whether the Champions League winners have contacted him to express interest in Mbappe, he said: "The truth is they haven't".
Kylian Mbappe is reportedly being monitored by Real Madrid.
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But Keown reckons Mbappe would be better off heading for the Etihad, where he would be more likely to play in his favoured position. "I don't know how many offers there are for him". He is still very young.
"It's one to watch and it will be a big talking point over the summer".
Prince Albert of Monaco, who remains involved behind the scenes at the club, told RMC he hoped Mbappe would stay for another season.
Speaking after the win over Dormund, Mbappe said: "After every success we have been able to ask ourselves questions and work, which has been our strength. We can't do everything, but it's already good".
Mourinho has proven he can be very persuasive but there's no doubt he'll face stiff competition for a player of Mbappe's quality.
Adriana Garcia is a Valencia-based football writer who covers La Liga for ESPN FC.
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