A beautiful farewell on the horizon for Kylian Mbappe and PSG

After PSG's qualification for the Champions League semifinals, the atmosphere surrounding Kylian Mbappe seems to be heading towards a rather positive exit from Paris
Kylian Mbappe wants to conquer every championship this season before he departs from PSG.
Kylian Mbappe wants to conquer every championship this season before he departs from PSG. / FRANCK FIFE/GettyImages

In the first leg between PSG and Barcelona at the Parc des Princes, the atmosphere turned rather negative regarding the Kylian Mbappe-PSG relationship.

However, in this match, there wasn't a standout performance from the Bondy-born player, leading to questioning whether the relationship with PSG was broken.

The 'Remontada', this time, was Parisian

All these rumors were debunked thanks to the attitude shown in the return leg in Spain, where Paris' 1-4 victory left the feeling that the club is more united than ever and that Mbappe is content with it.

Furthermore, the club demonstrated a great attitude in the face of the adverse result, and Kylian wasn't the absolute star of the match, thanks to the work done by Luis Enrique in building a true team that is united at all times.

Fabrizio Romano sheds light on Mbappe's departure at the end of the season

Journalist Fabrizio Romano, after the Parisian victory, asserted that Kylian Mbappe's departure is imminent and that his destination will be Real Madrid.

However, PSG, Mbappe, and his family want to have a nice farewell at the end of the season, hoping that the long-awaited Champions League will be conquered by Paris Saint-Germain with Mbappé at the helm.

Fabrizio Romano also discusses the relationship between Kylian and Real Madrid, where he is very pleased with all the exchanges he's having with the club. Everything is on the right track to join Madrid; it's just a matter of time to sign the contracts.

PSG seems to have a promising future without Mbappe after what was seen in the Champions League quarterfinals against Barcelona, and this leaves immense reassurance for Parisian fans and the sports and administrative management that has worked to form a long-term project hand in hand with Luis Enrique.

It seems that Kylian's last months at PSG are being experienced, and it is hoped that it will be at the highest level, as the champion of the European treble.