Mbappé tells PSG he wants to leave in 2021

Kylian Mbappe sets date for Paris Saint-Germain exit, with Liverpool and Manchester United linked

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Kylian Mbappe told Paris Saint-Germain that he wants to leave the club next year with him Manchester United Among the clubs he wants to join, according to reports.

Arguably the hottest prospect of world football today, Mbappe has four La Liga titles (one with AS Monaco, three with PSG), two French Cups and two French League Cups, as well as the World Cup with France, all under his belt before turning 22, and he came very close to winning the Champions League as well as PSG reached the final of the elite club competition this year for the first time.

Allegedly, Real Madrid, who chose not to spend big this summer in light of the financial impact of the Coronavirus pandemic, and Barcelona, which could still lose Lionel Messi Next year, they are both interested in signing Mbappe.

Mbappe also admires his fellow countryman, Zinedine Zidane, who is the current manager of Real Madrid.

Liverpool, Manchester United and Manchester City have all been linked with the Frenchman in the past but Madrid are the front runners and the Spanish press seem to be relishing the prospect of him coming to LaLiga.

The forward's current deal ends in 2022, meaning PSG will have to sell him next summer to avoid losing him for free now that he has made a decision to leave.

In the season gone by, he has scored an incredible 30 goals and registered 19 assists in 37 games.

Mbappe has reportedly informed PSG of his plans for next summer and the reasons are straightforward.

PSG did not want to sell Mbappe but find themselves in a hard position with the forward only having two years left on his deal and intent on leaving.

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