‘I will be at PSG next season’: Mbappe distances himself from Madrid

‘I will be at PSG next season’: Kylian Mbappe distances himself from big-money summer move to Real Madrid

  • Kylian Mbappe insists he will not be leaving Paris Saint-Germain this summer
  • The Frenchman, who was Ligue 1 top scorer, says he wants to stay in the capital
  • Both he and Neymar – PSG’s star men – have reportedly turned down Real Madrid
  • He said: ‘I have said that I will be at PSG next season. Now is not the time [to talk]’

Paris Saint-Germain hitman Kylian Mbappe has poured cold water over a potential move to Real Madrid, insisting he will be in the French capital next season.

Real Madrid have been linked with a host of world-class players as Zinedine Zidane overhauls his side at the end of a disappointing season, with Mbappe and Neymar two of the biggest names. 

Neymar last week reportedly told Real Madrid he didn’t want to join them, and now Mbappe has done much the same by claiming he is not looking to leave Paris.  

Kylian Mbappe insists he will be a Paris Saint-Germain player when next season begins

The Frenchman insists he wants to stay in his home country and not move to Real Madrid

Speaking to the media while on France duty this week, he said: ‘Now is not the time to talk about a move to Real Madrid.

‘This is something that I am asked about a lot, but I have said that I will be at PSG next season.

‘You (the media) always ask this question, but now is not the time.’

Real Madrid have already been active in a busy transfer market, securing the big-money signings of Eden Hazard, Luka Jovic, Eder Militao and Rodrygo – with Ferland Mendy set to join the new group in the coming days.

While over £220million has already been spent, with more expected in the coming months, it does not appear a raid on the Paris Saint-Germain squad will happen.

Real Madrid have already spent big in the window, signing Luka Jovic for £62million

Eden Hazard is also on his way to the Bernabeu having left Chelsea in a deal worth £150m

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