French star Kylian Mbappé has commented on his future at Paris Saint-Germain after the latter was excluded from the Champions League final price by Bayern Munich.
Saint-Germain said goodbye to the Champions League yesterday, Wednesday, after losing with two unanswered goals against Bayern Munich in the second leg of the final price.
Speaking to the media after the end of the match, Mbappe said: “We are disappointed, but we must move on.”
Regarding the possibility of leaving Paris, the 24-year-old explained: “No, no, I’m calm. The only thing that interests me this season is winning the French league, and then we’ll see.”
He continued, “At the moment, I’m only talking about this season. Nothing else interests me. We are disappointed.”
Mbappe’s contract with Saint-Germain ends in the summer of 2025, noting that he was very close to moving to Real Madrid, the European Champions League record holder with 14 titles, last summer. but the deal fell through after the French striker’s decision to extend his contract with the Parisian club.
And after Saint-Germain’s elimination from the Champions League yesterday, the Spanish press urged Mbappe to think again about a move to Real Madrid, and the Marcha newspaper published a photo of the French striker on its front page and captioned: “If you want to win the Champions League, you already know what to do.” A clear message to the French player: look at the impressive progress Real Madrid have made in recent times in the continental competition.