Sergio Ramos has said Kylian Mbappe has to join Real Madrid at some point in his career, but hopes the Frenchman will stay at PSG.
Ramos has joined PSG on a free contract after leaving Real Madrid at the end of his contract. Meanwhile, Mbappe has been linked in with a move away from PSG, with Real Madrid mooted as a potential destination for the attacker.
Ramos believes 'great players' have to go to Real Madrid at some point, but would like Mbappe to stay the club now that he's left the Spanish side and joined the Ligue One giants.
"Of course. Madrid is one of the best clubs in the world. On a historical level, the best," Ramos told AS.
"For me, great players have to go through there. But now I want him on my team. I want to win and for that I want the best to be by my side.
"Advice on a personal level I could never give. I could tell him something from experience, but I would do it in private. As a PSG player, I would like him to stay.
"I like to play with the best and Mbappe is one of them."
Meanwhile, Mbappe is amongst the most valued players in the world, and it is unlikely to see him leave PSG in the summer unless they lower their valuation of the player.