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Pochettino believes Mbappe should stay at PSG and that the Real Madrid target might captain the squad against Clermont Foot.
When his current term at Parc des Princes expires, the Frenchman is expected to join the Blancos on a free transfer.
Mauricio Pochettino has stated that staying at Paris Saint-Germain is in Kylian Mbappe's best interests, while also revealing that the striker has reopened contract talks with the club.
Mbappe's contract at Parc des Princes is coming to an end, and GOAL reports that Real Madrid are confident of landing him on a free transfer in the summer.
However, the World Cup champion has stated that he is willing to sign new terms with PSG, which Pochettino believes is a preferable option for the 23-year-old at this juncture of his career.
Mbappe has spoken out about his future plans.
"Is it feasible to stay at PSG?" "Of course," he replied to reporters.
When asked about Mbappe's comments before of PSG's next Ligue 1 match against Clermont Foot, Pochettino said: "You can ask Kylian the question when he is in front of you." We want the best for Kylian and the club as a coach." And it's in the club's best interests if Kylian stays. It's also the most suitable for Kylian. There's a deal to be made."
With Marquinhos out due to injury, the PSG coach said that Mbappe is in contention to wear the captain's armband against Clermont.
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