Kylian Mbappe has made his decision to leave PSG, with many European clubs chasing for his signing.
The young superstar, Kylian Mbappe, has made himself indisposable at Paris Saint-Germain. With his explosive style of playing, he has grabbed the eyeballs of all the biggest football clubs and he may not be in Paris for much longer.
According to Mbappe’s former teammate of the France National team, Adil Rami, the youngster has already chosen to leave and won’t be at Parc des Princes for much longer.
With the 21-year old’s fervent admiration for Real Madrid Boss Zinedine Zidane being no secret, the Los Blancos are obviously the front runners for the race to acquire Mbappe but Liverpool have also been named strong contenders and no decision has been made so far.
Rami believes that the Frenchman will be exiting PSG soon as his deal talks are going nowhere. Currently, Mbappe has a contract until 2022 and a prospect of signing until 2024, but the striker has been in negotiations and hasn’t yet signed a deal.
“I think it’s done, especially since it’s not moving forward in the [contract] discussions,” Rami said.
Source: Goal (via RMC Sport)
Mbappe and Rami were teammates in the 2018 World Cup-winning squad of France. With the 21-year-old already fielding multiple offers, it seems highly unlikely that he will lead PSG to the coveted Champions League title.
Although the forward has won all local titles in France, the European glory is still elusive and according to PSG’s ambassador, Youri Djorkaeff, ideally, they would like to have Mbappe until they win the title before he leaves them for bigger clubs.
“Last year he had a great opportunity to win the Champions League. Unfortunately, he didn’t. This year he will still have the opportunity. He is entering his fourth year in Paris, he’s a young player. I don’t see him staying at PSG for 10 years.”
Source : Mirror (via Parisfans)
With the negotiations at a standstill and European giants like Real Madrid looming, an exit for Mbappe surely seems like a possibility.
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