Kylian Mbappé’s brother will be released by PSG and will play for another Ligue 1 club – La Opinion

Kylian Mbappé’s brother will be released by PSG and will play for another Ligue 1 club – La Opinion

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Ethan Mbappé, brother of Kylian Mbappé, would leave PSG after being released at the end of the season. Like Kylian, Ethan would not renew, but would stay in Ligue 1 with Lille.

Kylian Mbappé would be close to arriving at Real Madrid, but the 17-year-old would play with Ligue 1 with Lille that believes in the potential of the underage French footballer.

Luis Enrique has taken it into account during the last games with minutes, but he has been sitting most of the season.

The Frenchman had everything planned to renew, but the talks stopped, once it became known that Kylian Mbappé would not continue with the Parisian club.

In total, Ethan Mbappé has played five games, 3 for Ligue 1 and two for the French Cup.

Kylian and Ethan will have to go their separate ways and it is expected that Lille will give the young man from Bondy many more minutes in the French first division.

Didier Deschamps sees Kylian Mbappé at Real Madrid

France coach Didier Deschamps said that “apparently there are not many doubts left” about what Kylian Mbappé’s next club will be, alluding to Real Madrid.

“Now we are facing a second wait, knowing where it will go“Although, apparently, there are not many doubts left by the time it is made official,” Deschamps told the Telefoot program, when the journalist asked him about Mbappé’s more than likely arrival at Real Madrid.

The coach recalled that Mbappé “He has done fabulous things during the 7 years he has been at PSG, with statistics that elevate him as an outlier.”

To date, Mbappé announced that his next club will announce it in due time.

The French star is expected to do so after Euro 2024 that will be held in Germany next June.

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