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Mbappe urges the PSG board to improve the team

Mon 24 May 2021 | 7:48

The club’s three-year domestic run came to an end on Sunday as Lille defeated them in the Ligue 1 title race.

PSG

won their match against

Brest

with a 2-0 result on Sunday. However, the last-day victory was not enough for

Mauricio Pochettino

’s team to secure the Ligue 1 title.

Lille

also won their match and placed themselves one point clear of PSG in the league’s final standings. In a post-match interview,

Kylian Mbappe

urged the club’s board to improve the team’s shortcomings.

"I cannot say what needs to be done, I am just a player, but I think that people have seen, everyone has seen,"

he said.

"When everyone sees, it is easier to draw conclusions, but there is no problem. We lost the title, but now we have to concentrate on the future."

Mbappe has been heavily linked with a move away from Parc des Princes in recent weeks. The 22-year-old is yet to extend his contract with PSG as

Real Madrid

are reportedly interested in buying him in the summer transfer window.

"Everyone knows how profoundly attached I am to the club. I have always been very thankful towards the president, my different coaches,"

he said.

"What I want, is to win, feel like I am somewhere where I can win, where there is a solid project around me. The footballing project is essential.

"I want to feel like I am part of a team that is going to do something [in the Champions League]. Then, it is up to us to show what we can do… We are talking with the club, we will see what happens.

"In any case, I have always been happy here and I have had four exceptional years here.

"We are very clear with the club. The club knows my relationship with it, this city, this country. We are going to do things in the way they should be done, in one way or another."

Mbappe scored his 27th league goal of the season against Brest. The French striker retained his status as Ligue 1’s top scorer for the third consecutive season.

"Finishing top scorer three seasons in a row is an immense source of pride,"

he added

"I am very happy. Now, I think is not the time to show my joy. We have to remain calm.

"We are going to calmly go home and prepare well for the national team [at Euro 2020] now."


source: SportMob

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