Details as Kylian Mbappe Announces Departure from PSG, Discloses Next Club

Kylian Mbappe, the celebrated forward for Paris Saint-Germain, has officially declared his intent to leave the club at the conclusion of this season.

This news was confirmed through a poignant video message shared on social media, where Mbappe detailed his decision to not renew his contract, marking the end of his time with the French champions.

In his announcement, Mbappe expressed a mix of emotion and gratitude for his years at PSG, highlighting the immense pressure and growth he experienced at one of the world’s most prestigious clubs. “This is my last year at Paris Saint-Germain. The adventure ends in a few weeks, and I will play my last game at the Parc des Princes this Sunday,” he stated.

Despite PSG’s recent victory securing their tenth Ligue 1 title in twelve seasons, their Champions League journey was cut short with a semifinal loss to Borussia Dortmund, resulting in a 2-0 aggregate defeat. This outcome dashed Mbappe’s hopes of departing PSG with a Champions League trophy, a title he has yet to claim during his tenure at the club.

The 25-year-old striker, who has been integral to PSG’s dominance in French football, privately informed the club of his decision to leave back in February. While he has not publicly disclosed his next destination, all signs point to Real Madrid as his likely new home.

Reflecting on his career at PSG, Mbappe said, “I’ve been honored to be a part of the biggest French club and one of the best in the world, alongside some of the greatest champions. It’s been a journey filled with great emotion, and while it’s difficult to say goodbye, I am ready for a new challenge.”

This season, Mbappe has scored a total of 43 goals across all competitions, with 26 in Ligue 1, maintaining his record as PSG’s all-time top scorer with 255 goals. As he prepares to bid farewell, he still has the opportunity to add more goals and perhaps another French Cup medal to his illustrious record.

Mbappe’s final appearances for PSG will be against Toulouse at home, followed by away games at Nice and Metz, culminating in the French Cup final in Lille.


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