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Mbappe announces his departure from Paris Saint-Germain at the end of the season

  


French international top scorer Kylian Mbappe has officially decided his future with Paris Saint-Germain, by announcing, today, Friday, his departure at the end of the season from the capital club, with which he recently won the local football league title.


 Mbappe said in a video he posted on Instagram, "It is my last year at Paris Saint-Germain. I will not extend (the contract) and I will end my adventure in a few weeks. I will play my last match at the Parc des Princes on Sunday" against Toulouse in the penultimate thirty-third stage of the French League.


The 25-year-old was hoping to end his adventure with the capital club on a better note by leading him to the Champions League final for the second time in its history, but the journey ended on Tuesday in the semi-finals at the hands of German club Borussia Dortmund, who won the second leg in Paris 1-0, the same result. The first leg at Signal Iduna Park.


 Sunday's match against Toulouse will be Mbappe's last appearance among Saint-Germain fans, because the last two matches are Wednesday against Nice (postponed from Stage 32) and Metz outside the Parc des Princes.


 Mbappe ends his seven-season journey in the colors of Saint-Germain by winning the French League title with the possibility of winning the local treble after the team of Spanish coach Luis Enrique won the Champions Cup (Super Cup) at the beginning of the season, in addition to qualifying for the cup final, where it will face Lyon on the 25th of this month.


 Mbappe confidentially informed Saint-Germain officials last February of his intention to leave when his contract expires at the end of the current season.




 The player never said this publicly, nor did he confirm where he would go next, but Spanish Real Madrid seems like his most likely destination.


Saint-Germain will lift the League Cup on Sunday at its home stadium and in front of its fans after clinching it in the last stage as a result of the defeat of its host Monaco against its host Lyon 2-3, after the capital team stumbled 24 hours earlier against its guest Le Havre 3-3.


 “Not everything should be thrown in the trash,” Mbappe told reporters after the defeat by Dortmund. “We still have goals and the French Cup final is coming.”


 He added, "We will continue to work. We will try to win the final match and then we will evaluate the season and what was good and what was not good."



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