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Kylian Mbappe is likely to snub a Premier League move to secure a dream transfer to Real Madrid.
Reports stating that the 21-year-old has told PSG that he wants to leave next summer have led to a swarm of transfer rumours linking him to several of the biggest clubs in world football.
Manchester United are always ready to spend to bring in talent and Liverpool were linked with Mbappe earlier in the season which forced Jurgen Klopp to state that they couldn’t afford him.
Whatever the plans of Klopp and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer might actually be, the 2018 World Cup winner is said to have his sights firmly set on a move to the Bernabeu to work under his idol Zinedine Zidane.
While ESPN FC have reported that Mbappe’s ‘ultimate dream’ would be to play for Los Blancos in the 2021/22 season, he has made no secret of his love for the club growing up.
Their report adds that although the player is in ‘awe’ of the project at Liverpool, and that a move to Juventus would appeal to him, they won’t come close to Real in the pecking order.
Mbappe said earlier this year: ”Well, I've had phases. To start, as a child, it was Zidane. If you're a boy and you're French, your idol is Zidane.
"After that, it was Cristiano [Ronaldo], and I've been lucky enough to face him. Then it was the Brazilian Ronaldo for the way he played.
"I want to leave that sort of a mark with my values, to leave a message in the history of football."
Mbappe revealed back in July that he wouldn’t be forcing a move this summer, to the relief of PSG supporters who would go on to witness their side miss out on Champions League glory and lose their first two Ligue 1 games of the season.
“I am here and I’m in this project for the fourth year,” he told beIN Sports.
“This is the 50th year of the club and it’s an important year in the eyes of the club, supporters and everyone.
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“I will be here no matter what and I will try to win trophies with the team and do everything possible to get the best out of myself.”
Mbappe joined PSG from Monaco in 2017 and has four league titles and has four domestic cups to his name as well as World Cup glory with France.
The forward has managed 90 goals in only 124 appearances for his current club, which is certain to have caught the eye of Zidane as well as his admission over his future.
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