Kylian Mbappé has been the most talked about football player in the world for a few days now. His decision to stay with Paris Saint-Germain instead of going to Real Madrid broke the internet. Real Madrid's players, board, and fans were disappointed that he didn't join the club. Instead, he stayed in his home country.
No one knows if he will ever play for Real Madrid again, but if he plays in Italy, Kylian already knows which team he wants to play for, and he told La Gazzetta why.
He had an Italian babysitter when he was young, and he spent a lot of time with her family. This Italian family liked AC Milan and went to many of their games. Because of this, he became a Rossoneri and chose to play for them if he ever plays in Italy.
AC Milan just won their 19th Scudetto, and Kylian took the chance to congratulate them and Ibrahimovi, who he used to play with. So, we know where Mbappé will play if he ever decides to leave France and play in Italy.
Again, congratulations to AC Milan.
The photos come from Instagram.
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