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France World Cup hero Kylian Mbappe has opened the door to a possible move away from PSG to club football juggernauts Real Madrid after refusing to rule-out a potential transfer in a recent interview.
The 20-year-old attacker has taken Europe by storm after bursting onto the scene with Monaco two seasons ago.
He joined PSG on a loan-to-buy deal worth an estimated 180 million euros; the second most expensive transfer in world football.
Speaking after PSG's rampant 9-0 win over Guingamp - where he scored a hat-trick - Mbappe said: "I feel really good here, but you never know what can happen in football."
When asked about Real Madrid and their reported interest in the French star, he refused to rule out a move to Spain.
"I have a contract until 2021 and it's not the time to think about other things," he said.
Mbappe's stock rose dramatically after helping France along to lifting their second World Cup in Russia last summer.
That blistering form doesn't look like it will be burning out any time soon. He's netted 21 times in 23 games so far this season.
PSG have dominated Ligue 1 since winning the title for the first time in 19 years back in 2013. They've since gone on to win a further four more with relative ease.
But away from domestic competition, the French champions have yet to achieve European glory.
One team without that problem are 13-time Champions League winners Real Madrid.
But the European heavyweights' season is so far falling far from the fan's expectations since losing frontman Cristiano Ronaldo in the summer. Los Blanco's will be scrambling to secure a worthy replacement for the coming years.
Will Mbappe lead Real Madrid's potential future dominance?
Let us know in the comments.
Words by Kane Allen
Featured Image Credit: PA
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