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The one Italian club Kylian Mbappé would play for

Mbappé has 29 in all competitions for PSG this season.

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PSG forward Kylian Mbappé has revealed that if he were to ever play in Italy, he would only play for one team.

The 24-year-old became PSG’s joint all-time top scorer with a brace against Marseille on Sunday night - joining Edinson Cavani on 200 goals for the French club.

The Ligue 1 top scorer has 17 goals this season, and 29 in all competitions for Christophe Galtier’s charges.

Mbappé was in attendance at The Best FIFA Awards in Paris on Monday night, where his PSG teammate and strike partner Lionel Messi won The Best Men’s Player of the Year for 2022.

Milan can dream

During the ceremony in the French capital, a fan in the audience enquired about Mbappé's potential future and what life after PSG could look like.

“If I come (to Italy), I’ll only do so for AC Milan,” Mbappé joked.

PSG future

Mbappé has a deal at PSG until 2024, which also includes the option of an extra year should he wish to activate it, however, in France, L’Équipe have revealed that the Frenchman must trigger that third year before July 2023, which he has yet to do.


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