PSG drop Kylian Mbappe hint?

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Paris Saint-Germain appear to have dropped a huge hint that could indicate where Kylian Mbappe has decided his future lies.

The French forward recently stated that he will announce his decision regarding where he will be playing his football next season before he joins up with the France national team in June.  

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A day after those comments came out, reports emerged suggesting that he has reached an agreement on personal terms with Real Madrid, although no paperwork has been signed.  

It is said that Los Blancos have offered Mbappe a five-year deal worth €25 million (R420 million) a year, as well as a huge signing bonus of €100 million (R1.6 billion). 

It now appears this offer may have been enough to persuade the 23-year-old to move to Spain, with PSG's official online store having removed Mbappe's name from the list of options in the "personalise" section when buying a customised shirt, according to The Sun.

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The names and numbers for the club's home shirt are now listed from "Six - Marco Verratti" to "Eight - Leandro Paredes", skipping the previously popular "Seven - Mbappe".  

Users can still buy his shirt on other sections of the website, but the removal of his name in the personalising section has sparked speculation the end of his time in Paris is nearing.

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