French striker Kylian Mbappé finally broke his silence regarding his next destination after he announced

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French striker Kylian Mbappe has finally broken his silence regarding his next destination after announcing his departure from Paris Saint-Germain, the French Football League champion, two weeks ago.

Mbappe played his 307th and last match with Saint-Germain, leading them to victory over Olympique Lyonnais 2-1 to win the French Cup.

Mbappe brought the curtain down on his career with Saint-Germain by winning the 14th local title in the 8 seasons he spent with him, with 6 league titles, 4 French Cups, 2 League Cup titles, and 3 Champions Cup titles.

All press reports and leaks confirm that Mbappe will move to Real Madrid in the summer of next year with a 5-year contract.

The French striker said after the match: “I am very happy that I was able to end the season with a title.”

Mbappe did not deny that he had signed for the Spanish League champion when a journalist asked him: Why don’t you say now that you have signed for Real Madrid? The young striker replied: “Because I think that, first of all, I had to say goodbye to my team and finish the season well.” “.

He added: “I will announce the new club within a few days… no problem.”

Regarding the possibility of announcing his new club after joining the French camp in preparation for the European Nations Cup (Euro 2024), Mbappe replied: “I do not know yet, because some details are still missing.”

It seems that the details that Mbappé means are Paris Saint-Germain’s agreement for Real Madrid to present him as a new player, before the start of the Euro 2024 tournament.

The Royal Club does not have the right to do this without Paris’s approval, because the player has a contract at the “Parc des Princes” until next June 30.

The player, who leaves Paris Saint-Germain as the top scorer in the club’s history with 256 goals and 108 assists in 307 matches, said: “What I have here I will not find anywhere, but I will have other things and I know they will be great as well.”

Mbappe, who joined Saint-Germain in 2017, coming from Monaco, had extended his contract in 2022 until 2024, but last summer he refused to activate a clause allowing him to stay another year in the “Parc des Princes.”