Mbappe has yet to sign a new deal with PSG
Kylian is back on the radars of Real Madrid, as he is delaying the decision to sign a new contract with PSG, but the forward who won the World Cup has pulled off the Blancos before.
A little about Kylian Mbappe
Mbappe went to the Parc des Princes in 2017 after talking about an interest from Spain, while three years earlier he decided to stay in the youth system in Monaco, despite a trip to Santiago Bernabeu. Real were eager to redeem his potential at that stage, and put in place a visit that included meetings with Zidane and Ronaldo, but the French striker chose to stay at home. Kylian Mbappe explained why he abandoned the La Liga giants and said his parents wanted Kylian to start his career in France in order to get an education in France. Play football, but also continue your education. Going to Spain, even if it was with Zinedine Zidane, it was a different country, a different culture.
The stay in France proved to be a prudent challenge for the Kylian Mbappe family, with the exciting 22-year-old now very strong at the top of his game. Kylian had to quickly learn how to deal with the anticipation, with big things expected of him since he burst into the senior stage in Monaco and helped secure the Ligue 1 title. Kylian said about working under the brightest spotlight that it was difficult to carry that weight in the beginning because he was so young. Kylian was 18 to 19 who loved doing things from 18 to 19, but on serve he was asked to become an adult.
Mbappe’s near future
With his current deal set to expire in 2022, the next transfer window is getting big. Kylian is reluctant to address what his immediate future will be as he generates talk of interest from leading parties across Europe, but admits he has big ambitions. Mbappe added, after hitting 132 goals in 171 appearances for Paris Saint-Germain, that he always wants to challenge himself because it keeps him busy.