Mbappe’s Joyous Departure Leaves PSG without a Substitute

Kylian Mbappe has decided to leave Paris Saint-Germain after seven years, while Luis Enrique prepares for the future without him.

Mbappe recently announced his departure from PSG, ending a successful seven-year tenure where he became their all-time leading goal scorer with 256 goals.

His final match with Luis Enrique’s team was in the Coupe de France final, where they secured a 2-1 victory against Lyon.

Reflecting on his time at the club, Mbappe shared that leaving PSG is bittersweet, with many fond memories and achievements to carry forward.

The 25-year-old has been strongly linked with a transfer to Real Madrid but is yet to confirm his future plans.

Luis Enrique acknowledged that there won’t be a direct replacement for Mbappe, emphasizing the importance of teamwork and strategic signings.

He expressed gratitude for the opportunity to work with Mbappe and believes that the team, supported by fans and ambition, will strive for continued success in the seasons ahead.

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