Kylian Mbappé Announces His Departure from PSG: A Key Moment in French Football

Kylian Mbappe

On February 25, 2024, Kylian Mbappe surprised the world of football by announcing that he will leave Paris Saint-Germain at the end of the season. This decision marks the end of an important period for the club and arouses various emotions among fans and observers of the sport.

Arriving at PSG in 2017 from AS Monaco, Mbappé left an indelible mark in the club's history. With 4 French championship titles, 3 French Cups and 2 League Cups to his name, he quickly established himself as one of the best players in the world, proudly representing the Parisian colors on the national and international scene.

His decision not to extend his contract, which ends in 2025, is motivated by his desire to “discover a new project”, suggesting that he could join Real Madrid, the club which seems to be his likely destination.

There were numerous reactions following this surprising announcement. The president of PSG, Nasser Al-Khelaïfi, said to himself “disappointed” by this decision, while supporters express mixed feelings between sadness and understanding. Many players and coaches also wanted to pay tribute to Mbappé for his exceptional career within the club.

The imminent departure of Mbappé represents a real challenge for PSG, who will now have to find a replacement worthy of the French star. Ligue 1 thus loses one of its best talents, highlighting the challenges French football faces in retaining its best players.


As Mbappé prepares to begin a new chapter in his career au Real Madrid, the stakes are high for PSG and French football as a whole. The Parisian club will face the challenge of finding a successor worthy of the legend that Mbappé has become, while France will need to find ways to preserve its national talent and remain competitive on the world stage.

Despite the questions and uncertainties raised by his departure, one thing is certain: Mbappé's future seems promising. By joining Real Madrid, he has great ambitions, in particular that of winning the prestigious Champions League. His legacy at PSG is undeniable, and his departure paves the way for a future full of promise for one of the most talented players of his generation.