This time, no suspense, no drama. Under contract until 2024, with an optional year for the following season, Kylian Mbappé is at a crossroads. At least, that's what one would think given his contractual situation. Mastering the art of the opposite foot on the pre, the crack of Bondy however dribbled the doubts and the calculations in front of the microphones. At least, some of them … Invited to discuss his future on the L'Équipe and Prime Vidéo channel, Sunday, at the Palais Gabriel (8th), after being named best player in Ligue 1 for the fourth season of in a row (2019, 2021, 2022, 2023), Mbappé, 24, said this: "I'm very happy, I'm enjoying it, I'm a better player, that's the most important thing. I have a contract. Next year I will be there and I will be very happy.”
Decisive passer on Saturday in Strasbourg (1-1), during the match which allowed PSG to win the title of champion of France, Kylian Mbappé provided after-sales service in front of journalists, in the mixed zone. The subject is square, repeated, chiselled. "I have my contract, I'm very happy, I'll be there next year and I hope we'll have a great year," he says, not failing to have a thought for Sergio Rico, victim of a (serious?) accident earlier this Sunday. “I know that there are much more important things than football... A thought also for the sporting director (Luis Campos), who experienced tragic news this week too... I wanted to have a sense of priorities talking about it all first.” Also a member of the best 11 of the year, with his comrades Achraf Hakimi, Nuno Mendes - voted best hope - and Leo Messi, Kylian Mbappé is the first player to win the Ligue 1 best player trophy four times.