Paris Saint-Germain attacker Kylian Mbappe has hinted that he wants to remain with the French side until they secure Champions League glory.
The World Cup-winning striker has now entered the final year of his deal with PSG, who risk losing him on a free next summer after shelling out £130.5m to sign him from Monaco.
A recent report claimed that Mbappe has informed Mauricio Pochettino of his decision not to extend his contract at the Parc des Princes, in spite of PSG’s attempts to strike a deal for his compatriot Paul Pogba.
The 22-year-old would be expected to complete a switch to Real Madrid should he run down his PSG deal, but he appears to have dealt a blow to Los Blancos’ aspirations of signing him by talking up continental success with Les Parisiens.
Speaking to PSG’s official magazine, Mbappe said: “My biggest dream would be to win the Champions League with PSG, it would be fantastic. Winning another World Cup would be great too.”
Mbappe has netted 132 goals in 171 games across all competitions during his four years at PSG, who begin their competitive campaign against Lille in Sunday’s Trophee des Champions.