Monaco wonderkid Mbappe has what it takes to become a great, says Conte

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The Monaco forward has caught the attention of the entire football world with his performances, and the Chelsea boss is the latest to praise him

Antonio Conte has showered praise on teenage Monaco phenonomenon Kylian Mbappe, stating his belief that he will go on to become one of football's greats. 

The 18-year-old has enjoyed an incredible second season for the Ligue 1 side, guiding them to the top of the league as well as a Champions League semi-final. 

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That form has not gone unnoticed, with some of Europe's biggest clubs already linked with an interest in his signature. 

And Conte admitted that he is a big admirer of the wonderkid. 

"I don't like to talk about players from other teams, but in this case it's normal to tell he is a very good prospect," the Chelsea manager said in an interview with SFR Sport

"For sure, he is still very young and he has a lot of room to improve. 

"But he has all the characteristics to become a top player."

Mbappe has played 39 games in his first full season for Monaco, scoring an impressive 24 goals in all competitions.

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