Kylian Mbappe will leave PSG this summer of 2023: Confirmed by PSG President Nasser Al-Khelaifi

Mbappe will leave PSG in the summer and might join Real Madrid as they will go all out for him else; Arsenal can also try their luck.

Mbappe will leave PSG in the summer transfer of 2023, which the owner and President of the club owner Nasser Al-Khelaifi confirm. Mbappe already told the club management that he will leave the club either this year or next as he will not sign a new contract, which was an option when he extended his contract last summer.

Paris Saint Germain club president said that he would not let Mbappe go as a free agent the next summer, so it is confirmed that they are going to accept an offer this summer, and the main contender for him is Real Madrid, who will go all out for Mbappe because their main striker Karim Benzema left the club recently for a Saudi Arabia club.

The former sporting director Leonardo said in an interview with L’Equipe that it will do good for Paris Saint Germain if Mbappe goes to another club because the club has always been there in League 1 before Mbappe joined the club and will be the same and strong after Mbappe left the club because from 2018 to 2022 many clubs won the UEFA Champions League and they all didn’t have Mbappe included in the team which clearly means that PSG can win the Champions League with Mbappe.

Mbappe will leave PSG for sure as he wants to be part of a Project that has the ability to win the Champions League because it is the only trophy he wants, which is why he wants to join Real Madrid who is the super giants when it comes to winning the UEFA Champions League as the won it 14 times.

Kylian Mbappe won the 5th golden boot in a row in League 1 after he scored 29 goals in the season 2022/2023. It is quite clear that he has everything to be the main striker for Real Madrid, but recently he also said that he liked the way Mikel Arteta handled his Arsenal team, and if he has to play in Premier League, he will going to go to Arsenal.

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