Kylian Mbappe Wants More Responsibilities 'Maybe at PSG, Maybe Elsewhere'


World around the rumour mill is that Paris Saint Germain superstar Kylian Mbappe is all set to leave the club in the summer, amid reports of Real Madrid being interested in him.

I have discovered a lot here, and I feel it is perhaps the moment to have more responsibility.

"It's a highly anticipated moment to also write, together, a big page in the history of our club, in which each major player will have to take his share, all the while working for the squad".

Mbappe joined the Ligue 1 champions in 2017 from Monaco on loan a reported fee of £166m.

"I said what I had to say", he said, not denying to perceived meaning of his comments.

"When you are in such an occasion you can send messages, I think I have sent mine. If I keep talking it would be too much and that's not the message I want to send", Mbappe explained.

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The Brazilian's injury this season allowed the 20 year old to become more prevalent in the team and on Sunday night he was named as Ligue 1's player of the year. This came after he was adjudged player of the season on Sunday, and what this could also mean, that a move out of France cannot be ruled out.

"There were some disappointments, but that is part of football".

"It's a turning point, it was the moment to say it", Mbappé was reported stating in L'Equipe on Monday. He has always been honest with me since the first day I arrived so I want to thank him. "If the project doesn't move beyond that, I'm leaving, '" Alonzo told AFP. At the 2018 World Cup, Mbappe helped France win the tournament with four goals in seven matches.

His global stardom - surely eye-catching for the likes of Real - was shown when he became only the fourth footballer to feature on the cover of Time magazine in October, after Messi, Neymar and Mario Balotelli.

PSG sealed a sixth French league title in seven years but failed to defend its French Cup and French League Cup crowns this season.