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The 23-year-old is out of contract this summer and his future has been a talking point for the entirety of this season.
It looked like he'd be fulfilling a lifelong dream and moving to the Santiago Bernabeu but in a shocking twist, it looks like he'll be staying at Mauricio Pochettino's side.
Gianluca Di Marzio reports Mbappe has signed a contract extension with PSG and it could be announced as early as Saturday evening.
Benzema is Mbappe's teammate at international level with France and posted a picture of his hand pointing to the Madrid badge immediately after the news broke.
It doesn't get anymore obvious than that, does it?
Fans online think it's a clear shot at Mbappe who has allegedly played both teams against each other for a better offer.
One commented: "Yeah I think he made this post because of Mbappe."
Another said: "Bro how is Mbappe gonna look in his eyes in June with the national team?"
A third put: "He deserves a statue outside the Bernabeu for this."
While someone tweeted: "Loud and clear. My king."
Mbappe’s mother Fayza Al-Amari also acts as his representative and revealed earlier this week her son had agreed terms with both Madrid and PSG.
"We will not have new meetings to discuss Mbappe’s future, these meetings are now over," she explained to Kora Plus.
"Now we have found an agreement with both Real Madrid and PSG and the discussions are over because it is Kylian who has to choose now.
"The two offers are similar, there are no big differences, now we are waiting for Kylian’s choice.
"The Real Madrid offer in which we have complete control over image rights, and on the other hand, there is a financial compensation that compensates for this. The two offers do not differ greatly between them."
Mbappe is regarded as one of the best players in the world and won the World Cup in 2018 as a teenager.
He moved to PSG from Monaco in 2017 and has won four Ligue 1 titles and three Coupe de Frances.
PSG's campaign comes to an end on Saturday evening when they take on Metz.
Benzema, meanwhile, has been a mainstay in the Madrid attack since 2009 and helped them to La Liga glory this season.
The 34-year-old is hoping to lead them to Champions League glory and they face Liverpool in the final next week.
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