Mbappe: decision "almost" made over PSG future
PSG star Kylian Mbappe plans to announce his decision to stay with his French club or leave for Real Madrid before France plays Denmark in the Nations League on June 3rd.
French international Kylian Mbappe says he has "almost" made up his mind about staying at Paris Saint-Germain or leaving the French champions for a transfer to the Spanish side Real Madrid.
"Yes, yes almost," he replied when quizzed about whether he had made a choice yet after picking up his third straight best player of the season award in Paris on Sunday.
The waiting to see whether the 23-year-old moves to the Spanish capital or stays with PSG to help them in their protracted quest to land the Champions League "is almost over" he added.
Mbappe plans to announce his decision before France plays Denmark in the Nations League on June 3rd.
Refusing to disclose anything further despite being given enough opportunity to do so at the awards ceremony, Mbappe thanked "PSG, which enabled me to be here, my teammates and coach."
"My story goes on, I keep on winning, I'm never satisfied, and that's good," he expressed.
Last week, a French newspaper reported that Mbappe - the French World Cup winner - had agreed in principle to remain at PSG for up to another three years. However, this was quickly denied by his mother.
Mbappe has made no secret of his desire to play one day for Real, who reached the Champions League final after securing a 35th Spanish LaLiga title and are set to face Liverpool on May 28th.