Kylian Mbappe has said that his future at PSG will not be affected by the result of the challenge against Bayern Munich, which will be played on Wednesday. The Parisians have never won the Champions League, and the prestigious trophy has been the team's number 1 objective over the past few seasons. Bayern won the first leg of the transfer 1-0, and it looks like the French will once again bid farewell to the competition.
In these circumstances, Mbappe commented:
"If my future was linked to the Champions League, without showing any respect to the club, then I would have left in time... I don't think this match will have an impact. I am here and I am very happy. I am not thinking about anything else, except to bring success to PSG."
Mbappe has been repeatedly linked with a possible move away from PSG, with Real Madrid leading the list of favorites to land the superstar. The striker officially became PSG's all-time top goalscorer on Sunday when he scored his 201st goal for the club. We remember that Mbappe is only 24 years old.
Meanwhile, regarding the challenge against Bayern Munich in the Champions League, the situation does not look favorable for the champions of France. Neymar will not be available, as the Brazilian will miss the remainder of the season due to a serious injury. At the same time, captain Marquinhos, along with defender Nordi Mukiele, have physical problems.
Bayern Munich coach Julian Nagelsmann admitted that with their own play, PSG provide chances that the Germans can take advantage of. However, the technician was careful to point out the danger that comes from the French counterattacks. The challenge remains open and guarantees spectacle.