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Kylian Mbappe names which European giants he wants to join after Real Madrid, it's been his dream since a boy

Kylian Mbappe names which European giants he wants to join after Real Madrid, it's been his dream since a boy

There is another club in Mbappe's heart.

Kylian Mbappe has revealed the shock side he wants to join after Real Madrid, as he looks set to secure his move to the Bernabeu this summer.

After months of speculation, the Frenchman announced he would be leaving PSG when his contract comes to an end this season after being at the club permanently since 2018.

"I’ve always said that I would speak with you when the time comes," said Mbappe.

"It's my last year at Paris St-Germain. I will not extend and the adventure will come to an end in a few weeks."

Despite it not being confirmed as of yet, his move to Madrid seems to be the worst-kept secret in football history with odds currently sitting at 1/50 via Sky Bet.

However, there is another European giant close to Mbappe's heart as he recently admitted there is one club he has to join at some point in his career.

“Italian football? You never know what happens”, he told Sky.

“I was always saying: if I will go to Italy one day, I will go to Milan”

“As a kid, I was big fan of AC Milan and I always watch Serie A, every Milan game”. All my family, massive Milan fan," Mbappe added.

While Milan certainly have the history to attract a player like Mbappe, the Italian side have endured a difficult season overall.

Mbappe vs Milan- Getty
Mbappe vs Milan- Getty

Despite finishing a strong second in the league, missing out to Inter as well as their European heartache has tainted an otherwise promising domestic campaign.

Milan may be lucky Mbappe is heading to Madrid at the moment, as they will need to do a lot of financial juggling and saving up if they are to land the attacker at some point.

According to Fabrizio Romano, La Liga's newly crowned champions will pay Mbappe a sign-on fee of around €100m (£86m) and will be split across the five years of his contract.

Featured Image Credit: Transfers/Sky Sport

Topics: Kylian Mbappe, Real Madrid, PSG, Transfer News, Football, AC Milan, Serie A