Gianluigi Donnarumma: "Yes, Kylian Mbappe will stay at PSG for sure"

The day that for many would be the one that Kylian Mbappe would say goodbye to PSG ended up being confirmation, at least for the moment, that he will not leave the French capital.
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After finishing the match against RC Lens (3-1) this Saturday, Gianluigi Donnarumma stopped in front of the Free Ligue 1 microphone to comment on the victory of the Parisians, and also on the future of his teammate, Kylian Mbappe.

In recent days there has been speculation that Kylian Mbappe would speak before or after PSG's game against RC Lens this Saturday. The press argued that this could be the Bondy native's last game in the Rouge et Bleu shirt. And although it still cannot be confirmed if it is true or not, the trend indicates that the Frenchman will remain in Paris.

On the eve of this long-awaited meeting, Nicolas Sarkozy, former president of France, released some very interesting statements for the Parisian fans, in an interview with Le Parisien: "I'm glad that Kylian Mbappe stays in Paris, and I believe that the chosen solution It is the right one for him, for the club and for the France team. I think Nasser Al-Khelaifi will speak at the end of the market."

With this, a hard day began for the Real Madrid fans, who mostly expected Mbappe to confirm his departure from PSG tonight. Furthermore, as we mentioned at the beginning of this article, Gianluigi Donnarumma was questioned by Free Ligue 1 about the continuity of the Frenchman, and his response is very much in line with Sarkozy's.

The Italian, specifically, was asked "Is Kylian staying?", To which he replied with a laugh "Yes, yes, yes, sure, sure." Even so, the Bondy native could be seen with somewhat irritated eyes as he was thanking the PSG Ultras at the end of the game. This, evidently, is being used to speculate that Mbappe was moved when he saw his fans in the Parc des Princes for the last time...

In the end, the reports and speculations will continue to multiply until the month of September officially begins. For now, we can stick to the facts.

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