Kylian Mbappe refused to discuss his Paris Saint-Germain future following their Champions League round-of-16 defeat at the hands of Bayern Munich on Wednesday.
Mbappe was kept in check by the Bayern defence in the 2-0 second-leg loss that saw PSG lose the tie 3-0 on aggregate and exit at the round of 16 for the fifth time in the last seven years.
When asked about his future with PSG following this season, the World Cup winner with France was noncommittal beyond this year.
“No, no, I’m calm. The only thing that matters to me this season is to win now Ligue 1 and then we’ll see,” Mbappe told reporters after the game. “At the moment, I’m only talking about this season. Nothing else matters to me. We are disappointed.”
Mbappe also credited the quality of his opposition and suggested that Bayern were a side better suited to go all the way in European competition.
“Bayern have a great team, a great squad, they have a team that is built to win the Champions League,” Mbappe added. “I said it at the start of the season during the first press conference that we were going to do our best.