As was the case over the recent summer transfer window, Paris Saint-Germain forward Kylian Mbappe has been in the rumor mill over a possible move to Real Madrid. Still, PSG defender Sergio Ramos aims to see Mbappe stay on with the Ligue 1 side.
Mbappe is currently in the final season of the five-year contract deal that he signed with PSG in 2017. The French forward has primarily been linked with a free transfer move to Real Madrid, which is a club that Ramos made his name in.
Nonetheless, the veteran Spanish defender wants Mbappe to remain with PSG, which he discussed further about during a press conference for his new gym in Madrid, Spain.
“I wouldn’t want him to be a client of this gym,” Ramos said. “I like to be surrounded by the best players, and he is a key player for PSG now and in the future. I want him to stay in my team.”
Mbappe has yet to provide for a final declaration on what he plans to do at the end of the season, whether he aims to sign a multiyear contract deal with PSG club officials or leave the side as a free transfer.
Mbappe is currently in his fifth season with PSG, where he has so far scored 13 goals in all competitions.