Kylian Mbappe has cast doubt over his long-term future at Paris Saint-Germain, admitting that he doesn't know if the club is the "best place" for him.
Real Madrid are reportedly keen on bringing the talented Frenchman to Spain, despite the departure of compatriot Zinedine Zidane, who was keen on linking up with Mbappe at the Santiago Bernabeu.
When asked about his immediate future, Mbappe told France Football: "I don't necessarily need to go fast. I have to make the right decision, which is difficult, and give myself every chance to make up my mind. "
He added, "I am in a place where I like myself, where I feel good. But is this the best place for me? I don't have the answer yet. I know that a project with or without me is not quite the same for the club. But PSG understand my feelings. Probably also because they knows that I will not sneak. Being a great player also proves itself outside the field where you have to know how to do things cleanly and with class."
As of now, Mbappe's future is up in the air, as the 22-year-old has only a year left on his contract, and is yet to agree on a new deal with the Ligue 1 giants.
RMC Sport in France claim Mbappe has reportedly made it clear to PSG that he will not make a decision on his future until after Euro 2020, but a move to Madrid has been backed by his French teammate, Karim Benzema.
"If he could come to Madrid, that would be ideal," Benzema said earlier this month before concluding, "All the great players want to come to Real Madrid one day so I hope that will be done quickly, that's if he wants to leave PSG who are also a good team."