The Ligue 1 champions have absolutely no interest in losing a player that scooped both the Player and Young Player of the Year awards at a ceremony in Paris on Sunday.
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They then had a gruelling game where they put in a huge amount of effort, and it all ended with a very emotional victory . In fact they've kept six clean sheets in their last seven matches, and I'm quietly confident they'll record another.
The Brazilian's injury this season allowed the 20 year old to become more prevalent in the team and on Sunday night he was named as Ligue 1's player of the year. "I hope it may be Paris Saint-Germain, it will be with great pleasure, or it may be elsewhere for a new project, but I would like to say thank you". I have seen a lot of things which have been rich in emotion. "The moment of having more responsibilities, maybe at PSG, maybe elsewhere". "In any case thanks everyone!"
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"I said what I had to say", he said, not denying to perceived meaning of his comments. "When you are in such an occasion you can send messages, I think I have sent mine", Mbappe replied to reporters. "If I keep talking it would be too much and that's not the message I want to send", Mbappe explained.
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French sports daily L'Equipe led with the headline "trophy for the shock sentence" following Mbappe's ambiguous remarks, while Spanish media described it as a "bombshell" after picking up on the fact it was the first time the striker has hinted he could leave Paris.