“I asked to leave in July,” said Kylian Mbappe to Rmcsport

The current World Cup winner has finally broken his silence on his uncertain contractual situation at the Parc des Princes.

On Monday, football star and Paris Saint-Germain player Kylian Mbappe has admitted that he told the club that he wanted to leave in July before the transfer window amid reported interest for playing for Real Madrid. Mbappe’s future was the center of attention over the summer as he emerged as a primary target for Real Madrid, who submitted multiple numbers of bids for his services at the club. Despite so much happening, Paris Saint Germain didn’t let the superstar leave the club. Despite his desire and wish to leave the club on his own. His transfer news was the talk of the town as fans were excited to see him in Real Madrid. The move was called off later.

The Spanish giant’s final offer reportedly came in at over 220 million dollars, but Paris Saint-Germain was clear in their mind that they aren’t going to let the Frenchman leave. Despite the transfer couldn’t happen, this brought a lot of excitement among the fans, as they could see Mbappe, Neymar Jr and new signing Lionel Messi all on the same pitch.

Kylian Mbappe told RMC Sport as tweeted by Fabrizio Romano, “People said I turned down six or seven extension offers, that I don’t want to talk to Leonardo anymore, that’s not true.”

Mbappe later added, “I asked to leave, because, from the moment I did not want to extend, I wanted the club to have a transfer fee to have a quality replacement.”

Italian Journalist, Fabrizio Romano had addressed Kylian Mbappe’s future at Paris Saint Germain in a social media post.

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