"Well, I believe that we were on the case a year ago", Wenger was quoted as saying by Sky Sports ahead of Saturday's English Premier League (EPL) home game against Bournemouth.
PSG chairman and CEO Nasser Al-Khelaifi faced questions at the unveiling about UEFA opening a financial fair play investigation into the club. "For me, the Parc des Princes is special, somewhere I'd go to spend my pocket money".
"For me, it was important to come back to my town".
Mbappe, who scored his first goal for France against the Netherlands last week, said his move to PSG was also driven by the fact that the club was extremely ambitious. "It's extraordinary to play with someone of that level".
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PSG will be playing away at Metz in Ligue 1 on Friday, and Mbappe may likely make his debut.
"I met with Arsene Wenger, who is a great coach", Mbappe told The Daily Telegraph. "There's no set position". The governing body of European soccer said "recent transfer activity" triggered concern that the club was again flouting rules created to control excessive spending.
"The injury to Angel Di Maria is perhaps the worst news we have", Emery said. "I can't speak about all the details".
After securing his dream move, Mbappe still has one ambition remaining: to pass his driving test.
Kylian Mbappe has revealed that a brief visit to Chelsea's Cobham training ground as an 11-year-old helped to convince him that he wanted to become a professional footballer. "But PSG has provided a chauffeur for me, so it's fine".