Mbappe, qui a rejoint le PSG en 2017, est sur le point d'entamer la dernière saison de son contrat dans la capitale française avec des spéculations le liant à un transfert au Real Madrid. </p><div> <img class="fp-lazy" title="L'ancien attaquant français Nicolas Anelka a déclaré que Kylian Mbappe "devrait quitter le PSG" pour remporter les plus gros trophées" alt="L'ancien attaquant français Nicolas Anelka a déclaré que Kylian Mbappe "devrait quitter le PSG" pour remporter les plus gros trophées" src="https://www.fr24news.com/fr/a1/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Lancien-attaquant-francais-Nicolas-Anelka-a-declare-que-Kylian-Mbappe.jpg"/> <p class="wp-caption-text"> Image de fichier de la star du PSG Kylian Mbappe. PA </div><div> <strong>Londres: </strong>L'ancien attaquant français Nicolas Anelka pense que Kylian Mbappe devra suivre son exemple en quittant le Paris Saint-Germain pour jouer à l'étranger s'il veut être considéré comme le meilleur joueur du monde.
Mbappe, who joined PSG in 2017, is set to enter the final season of his contract in the French capital with speculation linking him to a move to Real Madrid.
Despite spending four seasons alongside Neymar at the Parc des Princes, the superstar duo failed to deliver PSG’s very first Champions League title and even lost Ligue 1 last season to Lille.
Anelka himself made a brief stint in Madrid after joining Arsenal from PSG as a teenager in 1997.
“If you want the biggest accolades, you’ll have to quit PSG at some point,” Anelka wrote in an open letter published in The Athletic.
“Whatever you do in Paris it will be good, but someone will always say, ‘Well, you did well for PSG but it was only in France. The best leagues are in England and Spain, so you haven’t gone up against the best players in the best league. “
Mbappe proved himself as a world star during the 2018 World Cup where his four goals saw France become champions for the second time.
However, he was far from at his best as Didier Deschamps’ men crashed in the Euro 2020 round of 16 against Switzerland on penalties last week.
Mbappe was the only player missing in the shootout, closing a miserable tournament in which he failed to score.
Anelka missed the penalty which saw Chelsea lose the Champions League final to Manchester United in 2008 and said Mbappe would forever bear the “scar” of defeat to Switzerland.
“It’s a scar that marks you, that fades but never really goes away,” he added.
“You feel all alone. You have to live with it and you have to work, work, work on the pitch, play games, score goals, so that you can start to forget.
“But you will never completely forget. I never forgot. I’ll never forget. “