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Kylian Mbappe Speaks out about the move to Liverpool



Kylian Mbappe, the star of Paris Saint-Germain, has been linked with a move to Liverpool and has now spoken out about a possible exit from the Parc des Princes in the near future.

Kylian Mbappe has put an end to speculation about a move to Liverpool by reaffirming his commitment to Paris Saint-Germain.

The French forward has been linked with a move to Anfield on numerous occasions, particularly during the summer as his contract at Parc des Princes expired. Real Madrid were also interested in signing Mbappe, but he agreed to a new contract with PSG.

The 23-year-old signed a lucrative three-year contract in Paris, but there are reports that he could leave sooner rather than later as he seeks to add the Champions League to his already crowded trophy cabinet.

Despite this, Mbappe has stated that he can meet his goals with his current employers and does not need to look for new opportunities. "You can stay here [PSG] to have success," the Frenchman told Sports Illustrated. It's a big message for us because when I said I'd stay, a lot of things changed in people's minds. People begin to say, 'We don't need to go out.' You are not required to leave the country.'

Mbappe initially joined PSG on loan from Ligue 1 rivals Monaco in the summer of 2017. Since then, the Paris-born forward has made 236 appearances for the club, winning four Ligue 1 titles, three French Cups, and two League Cups.

He has continued to wax lyrical about his current employers and explained why he turned down a summer move to Real Madrid.

"I'm not afraid. "I'm prepared," he added. "I've always talked about my ambition and what I want to do, and now the time has come." The book is completely white in Paris. What a fantastic opportunity! You must change your way of thinking. Of course, going to Madrid was more convenient. But I have this goal. I'm from France. I'm a Parisian, and winning in Paris is something really special—really special. It permanently inscribes your name in the history of your country."