French Ligue 1 has limited Kylian Mbappe talent

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French Ligue 1 has limited Kylian Mbappe talent

French Ligue 1 has limited Kylian Mbappe talent
For the 22-year-old, who will be available in June unless he extends his deal past 2022, Liverpool and Real Madrid have frequently been connected with a transfer.

His recent form has dropped below the anticipated rate, which seems odd to say given that in 23 appearances this season he has scored 16 goals, but his weekend opener against Montpellier was his first in 2021.

His recent dip is clarified by an ESPN article, noting that he shoots less often and drops the ball more often than last season. It speculates that his troubling drop-off is due to his mind weighing on his contract situation, and that idea is fed into by Le Parisien from the French outlet.

However, they take it one step further, insinuating that Mbappe has outgrown Ligue 1, where his skills are not challenged appropriately. They say French football is 'limiting its potential' and that a move to another major league in Europe could be the only way for it to take things to the next stage, although there is no news from Madrid or Merseyside about renewed interest.

Mbappe discusses with the club to find an acceptable project after talking about his future after netting twice against Montpellier. It would have to be a long-term dedication to Paris Saint-Germain if he were to sign it.

He also said that at PSG he is very comfortable. The fans and the club have always supported him, and he will always be grateful.

But in the coming years, he needs to think about what he wants to do and where he wants to be. This is what he thinks on.