Mbappe leaving PSG in 2021

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The 21-year-old French superstar is ready to move on from PSG to further his career elsewhere.

It was reported that Mbappe told club officials that he intend to leave the club next summer with the La Liga and Premier League as potential target destination.

The Frenchman transferred to PSG from Monaco leading them to a Ligue 1 title in the 2016-2017 season by scoring 26 goals.

The Frenchman was not only successful in club competitions as he also led the French National team to a World Cup.

The World Cup winner won all those honors as a teenager. He is not even at his peak yet.

As a result, PSG paid a recording-breaking transfer for the teenager amounting to €180 million and tapped as the next big thing after Messi and Ronaldo.

Liverpool and Manchester United as possible destination

Mbappe is an admirer of Liverpool and Coach Jurgen Klopp, as stated in a previous interview.

"What Liverpool do in this moment is amazing. "When you watch you think everything's easy, but that's not easy. The guys are focused, they play games every three days and they win, they win, they win." said the 21-year-old Frenchman.

It is no secret that Mbappe is a big Christiano Ronaldo fan with pictures of the latter seen at the former’s room during his childhood.

Given that fact, he might follow the footsteps of his childhood idol by suiting up as a Manchester United player at Old Trafford.

Last best chance for PSG to win a Champions League title

Since this might be Mbappe’s final season in Paris. PSG needs to go all out for the Champions League title this season.

Mbappe is generational talent, and his departure will surely be a big blow for the Parisians’ dream of winning a Champions League title.

Even if Neymar stays with the club, it may not last long if he keeps on losing due to lack of support surrounding him.

If PSG wants to win it, this is the year to go full throttle at it. By winning the title, they may have a chance to extend the contract of Mbappe and keep Neymar in the process.