Kylian Mbappe admitted that his goal is to win Ballon d’Or in future
PSG star Kylian Mbappe revealed his Ballon d’Or goal in response to his reported €180 million valuation.
Kylian strives for being best
Kylian enjoyed another great individual season at Paris Saint-Germain in 2020-21, boosting his reputation as one of Europe’s best players, scoring 40 goals in 45 appearances in all competitions. The 21-year-old is even touted as a potential winner of this year’s Ballon d’Or, which he admits has always been one of his main career ambitions. According to Kylian, the first collective goal is to win the biggest trophies, but the Ballon d’Or is the goal for any player who aspires to be the best and Mbappe is one of them, but it’s too presumptuous to talk about it.
Mbappe feeds on helping their teams win
Kylian’s future at Paris Saint-Germain is the subject of much speculation heading into the summer transfer window, with his current contract at the Parc des Princes due to expire in 2022. Liverpool and Real have been linked to a lucrative summer swing for the World Cup winner, but he claims he never gave his high stated price tag a second thought. Kylian said it had a market value of € 180 million but would not think about it in the morning. This is how it works in football. Mbappe also said the money didn’t go into his pocket. Kylian has a passion for football and a chance to make a living from his job. just feeds on helping your team’s win.
The goal is always the same
Kylian was named to Didier Deschamps’ 26-man France final at this summer’s European Championship on Tuesday, where Les Bleus will aim to beat one better than their final appearance in 2016. As the World Cup winners after their 2018 triumph, Didier’s side has a chance to claim an international soccer double by winning the Euro, and Kylian hopes they can. Mbappe added that the goal is always the same for a great football nation to try to win the competition and honor the French people by playing as a team.