Manchester United target Kylian Mbappe has opened up about his future plans at Monaco as he’s been heavily linked with a summer transfer.
The 18-year-old has enjoyed an incredible breakthrough season for Monaco and has quickly emerged as one of the hottest prospects in football after scoring 26 goals across all competitions.
Real Madrid reportedly made a £103m bid to take him to the Bernabeu, however, Monaco have dismissed the offer with club officials claiming there isn’t a price which would force them to sell their star asset.
Speaking about his future plans, Mbappe claims he’ll assess speculation once he’s finished with the French national team.
“My future? For the moment I do not know,” he said.
“With the Vice President we agreed to aim for the title and we put everything aside because my aim was to win this title with the club that formed me so I put all the rumours and the questions regarding my future to the back of my head and I will assess them after the French national team.”
Mbappe is one hell of a player and it’ll only get better as he picks up more experience and game time as it’s easy to forget he’s still at the start of his career.
Mourinho will face stiff competition for his signature but there’s no doubt he’ll be doing everything he can to ensure he doesn’t miss out on such a spectacular talent.