Real Madrid’s hunt for Kylian Mbappe took a huge blow after the PSG striker insisted his ‘biggest dream’ is lifting the Champions League with the Ligue 1 side as the French star puts distance between him and LaLiga
- Kylian Mbappe has just one year left on his current contract with Paris Saint-Germain
- The 22-year-old is strongly linked with a move to LaLiga giants Real Madrid
- But he has said his ‘biggest dream’ is to win the Champions League with PSG
- He has also told Mauricio Pochettino that he will not extend his deal beyond 2022
Kylian Mbappe has provided insight into his future plans, claiming that his ‘biggest dream’ would be to win the Champions League with PSG.
The 22-year-old has just a year to go at the Parc des Princes and has scored 132 goals in 171 appearances since moving from Monaco to the French capital in 2017.
Mbappe has been consistently linked with Los Blanco, but it seems unlikely the Frenchman will make the switch this summer, as he says it would be ‘fantastic’ to win European competition with the Ligue 1 side next season.
Kylian Mbappe (above) has provided insight into his future plans, claiming his ‘biggest dream’ would be to win the Champions League with Paris Saint-Germain
Mbappe has been consistently linked with Carlo Ancelotti’s side, but it seems unlikely the Frenchman will make the switch this summer.
During a club interview with his PSG teammate Neymar, Mbappé said: “My biggest dream would be to win the Champions League with PSG, that would be fantastic.”
Mbappe also admitted that he had international glory in mind and said winning another World Cup would be great too.”
Mbappe has only just returned to the preseason after being given an extended break following his international performance with France at Euro 2020 this summer.
The attacker can return to the field with the Ligue 1 side for the first time since the European Championship when PSG face Lille in the Trophee des Champions on August 1.
Mbappe has also told Mauricio Pochettino that he will not sign a new PSG deal after 2022
During an interview with Neymar, he also said he wanted to win another World Cup with France
After Mbappe’s most recent claims, it is reasonable to assume that he will serve the remaining 12 months of his contract in Paris.
However, Sportsmail previously reported that the attacker had told Mauricio Pochettino that he did not want to renew his contract with the club beyond 2022.
As a result, PSG are faced with a decision whether to keep Mbappe this season and risk losing him for free next year, or simply cash in on the player in the current transfer window.