No is no question that superstar footballer Kylian Mbappe is currently the most talented player in the world. Although his team keeps flopping when it comes to big international tournaments.
Kylian Mbappe chose to remain at PSG in Paris, France instead of making a historical move to the giants of Spain Real Madrid. The same mistake was made by Lionel Messi who stayed in Barcelona his whole career.
The French forward needs to spread his wings and discover new grounds. Usually football players peak way to quickly and start to drop in performance especially from the age of 26.
The new deal means he will stay on in Paris until he turns 26. At that point most teams will no longer be interested in signing him.
The president of Real Madrid called the deal an insult to football. This is because PSG offered Kylian Mbappe more money despite report 700 million loss.
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