The future of Kylian Mbappe stays undecided, yet the 18-year-old has made one thing clear, which is that he will only leave Monaco this summer if it’s to sign for Real Madrid.
He met with Monaco owner and president Dmitri Rybolovlev in Palma de Mallorca last Thursday and clarified his intentions. Kylian Mbappe has pulled in interest from Europe’s top clubs in the wake of blasting onto the scene for Monaco, and he has as of now told the French club where he wishes to play.
As revealed by Spanish daily Marca, the French forward expressed his desire to leave the Ligue 1 champions.
‘I only want to play for Real Madrid’. Mbappe showed an exceptionally radical stance when imparting his desires to the sporting directors at Monaco.
Madrid has followed the player throughout the most recent couple of months, and Florentino Perez appears to be prepared to make a move for the French starlet.
“Marca” likewise underlined the one uncertainty on the striker’s mind. At such a young age, Mbappe is uncertain whether it is the right moment to leave the club which pushed him to fame. But, he would only mull over so as to be managed by fellow countryman Zidane.
Mbappe circumstance could accelerate if Cristiano Ronaldo at long last leaves the Santiago Bernabeu, as the tax-fraud issue place Ronaldo away from La Liga, which could bring Mbappe transfer to a possibility.
Picture Credits: The Sun
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