Kylian Mbappe signs three-year deal at PSG after abandoning Real Madrid

By Chitransh Sharma

Mbappe was at the center of a transfer tug-of-war between PSG and Real. However, he decided to expand his stay with the French champions, having joined them in 2017 from Monaco.

Mbappe united with PSG from AS Monaco in 2017, with the club ultimately paying a world-record fee for a teenager of €180m.

Mbappe has scored 168 goals in five years for the club, making him PSG's second-highest career scorer behind Edinson Cavani.

Mbappe has won Ligue 1 four times at PSG and been voted France's player of the season three times, including this year, after his 25 goals and 17 assists aided PSG to the title.

In August 2021, the LaLiga club saw a series of bids for Mbappe refused, despite the prospect of leaving for free at the end of his contract, which had just 12 months remaining.