Kylian Mbappé's confession to the PSG dressing room amid rumors of a possible signing for Real Madrid.

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The French striker clarified his future to his inner circle within the squad.

Paris Saint-Germain, for many seasons, has a big passion: to win the Champions League. To achieve this, President Nasser Al-Khelaïfi opted once again to break the transfer market, something that he earned more than when he closed the incorporations of Gianluigi Donnarumma (free of Milan), Achraf Hakimi (60million Inter), Georgionio wijnaldum (free from Liverpool), Sergio Ramos (free from Real Madrid) and Lionel Messi (free from Barcelona).

The French club now need to get rid of some of their figures to avoid future complications with the financial fair play (the only way so far is that left-hander Mitchel Baker has bought beer for 7 million euros). Turned to Leverkusen).

One of the most brilliant names is that of Kylian Mbappé, an old Real Madrid weakness. Even from Spain, a possible offer was reported that would be around 150 million euros.

Against this background, it was the footballer himself who was in charge of clarifying his situation. As reported by the radio program El Larguero, which Cadena Ser broadcasts, the forward confessed to his inner circle in the dressing room that he will continue one more season at PSG, so he will be one of the members of the dream trident that he will make up with the Brazilian Neymar and the Argentine Lionel Messi.

Even the sports director Leonardo, during the negotiations with some of the brand new additions during this transfer window and with part of the costumes, expressed that former Monaco will not be sold and will continue under the command of Mauricio Pochettino.

However, this same medium maintained that Mbappé does not close the door to the White House after June 2022, at which time his contract will end. Despite persistent efforts by the Paris club to expand the link, the striker has so far not accepted any offers and could be released at the end of the current season. In this way, you could stop at the Merengue for free.

In his five seasons in the capital, the Frenchman won 11 titles (three Ligue 1, two League Cup, three French Cup, and three French Super Cups). He also scored 132 goals and provided 63 assists in 173 appearances.

With this scenario raised, in recent days, L'Equipe provided the information that Paris Saint Germain would already have Kylian's replacement in mind if he finally decides to emigrate. The name, of course, is also brilliant. It is nothing more and nothing less than Cristiano Ronaldo. The five-time Ballon d'Or winner will have to keep in mind that he will have to leave Juventus after signing his contract and not feel bad about landing in Ligue 1 and sharing the lead with his main rival La Pulga in Spanish La Liga.