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Mbappe rocks PSG with exit news – Three possible destinations for the Frenchman

France international Kylian Mbappe has told Paris Saint-Germain he will leave the club this summer, according to The Athletic.

The 25-year-old is in the final year of his contract and has decided not to renew his deal after seven stellar seasons in Paris, dropping a major transfer bombshell.

Mbappe has broken several individual records at PSG and will leave with numerous titles, establishing himself as a legend for the club.

With Mbappe now nearing the end of his stay with the Les Parisiens, there will be a fight among Europe’s elite clubs for his signature. We assess where he could end up.

Real Madrid

Mbappe’s most likely destination is Real Madrid. The former AS Monaco attacker has come close to signing for Los Blancos on several occasions. 

The stars are finally aligning for him to dorn Madrid’s iconic white jersey, but it may not be so straightforward.

Mbappe’s camp is reportedly unhappy with the proposals they have received from Madrid.

The Paris-born star has also angered Madrid president Florentino Perez with his past rejections, making matters tentative.

Madrid will believe they can land him this time around but will also be wary that he has left them hanging on the altar more than once.


There have been quietly dismissed links between Mbappe and Liverpool in the past, but he has reportedly offered himself to the Reds.

Signing Mbappe on a free transfer could appeal to Liverpool as they look to rebuild post-Jurgen Klopp, although his salary demands would shatter their wage structure. 

Mbappe’s admiration for Liverpool’s playing style could reignite his interest in the summer. 

When Klopp steps down, the incoming manager may want a marquee signing like Mbappe to usher in a new era. 

A Liverpool move seems unlikely, but it remains a fascinating possibility considering the player’s talent and the changes the club could undergo in the coming months.


Arsenal have always had strong connections to France since the days of Arsene Wenger.

The Gunners have had their fair share of French sensations, including Nicolas Anelka, Robert Pires, Samir Nasri and Thierry Henry.

If Arsenal are looking to make a statement signing this summer, Mbappe should be the next iconic Frenchman in an Arsenal jersey.

He would give Arsenal a new dimension in attack. A trio of Gabriel Martinelli, Mbappe and Bukayo Saka would strike fear into the hearts of every opponent.

They could finally end Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City monopoly and become the top club in England.

Arsenal would have to shatter their wage ceiling to sign Mbappe, but he could be the weapon they need to build a dynasty.

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