Kylian Mbappe Drops Hint About His Future Following Transfer Links

Kylian Mbappe has dropped a hint over his future after being linked with a transfer to Liverpool or Real Madrid this summer.

Speculation has been rife about a move for Paris-Saint Germain star Mbappe, with the 20-year-old forward having said he could be set for “a new project”.

Mbappe has scored 91 goals in 159 appearances in all competitions for PSG since his move from Monaco in 2017, and is thought to be one of Madrid’s number one targets in the next few years.

The France international, who is contracted to PSG until summer 2022, has also long been linked with a move to European champions Liverpool.

However, Mbappe appears to have put such speculation to bed with one of his latest tweets – at least for the summer.

Mbappe tweeted a picture of himself in PSG’s new kit for the 2019/20 season, along with the words, ‘ICI C’EST PARIS (‘Here it’s Paris) 19/20’.

 Spanish Daily Marca last week claimed that Mbappe had made clear his desire to leave Paris, deciding that his long-term future lies away from PSG.

It has been suggested that PSG will keep hold of the striker for at least one more season and either sell him next summer for a huge fee or lose him the following year for a lower fee.

Mbappe sparked speculation over his future with comments after he won the Ligue 1 Player of the Year accolade at the end of the campaign.

Speaking at the Ligue 1 awards in May, Mbappe said: “This is a very important moment for me, I am arriving at maybe the first or second turning point in my career.

“I have learned so much here, and I feel it’s maybe the time to have more responsibility.

“Maybe at PSG, that would give me great pleasure, or maybe elsewhere for a new project.”

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