• Paris Saint-Germain is aiming to win this year’s UEFA Champions League
  • Kylian Mbappe has been sought after by major clubs, including Real Madrid and Liverpool
  • Youri Djokaeff say Mbappe may leave PSG if they win this year’s Champions League

Kylian Mbappe’s days with Paris Saint-Germain seem to be numbered as his future wearing the navy blue-colored jersey may depend on his contributions in the ongoing UEFA Champions League.

"I think that Mbappe will always have the right opportunity," club ambassador Youri Djorkaeff told Parisfan. “Now he's on a project. He is entering his fourth year in Paris, [and] he's a young player. I don't see him staying at PSG for 10 years."

Mbappe has been the star of PSG ever since transferring from Monaco in 2017. In 130 appearances, he’s scored 96 times and has tallied 55 assists.

Now that he’s turned into a prolific scorer for the team, his current goal is to win the Champions League before exploring the big teams of the market, according to a report by Goal.

"His future is to win titles on all continents, something few French people have done,” Djorkaeff stated.

“Last year he had a great opportunity to win the Champions League. Unfortunately, he didn't. This year he will still have the opportunity. The ideal [scenario] is that he wins it and then after he signs in a big club. Everyone will be happy,” the former Inter midfielder shared.

Several teams have already been linked to acquiring the services of Mbappe, including Real Madrid and Liverpool.

Los Blancos have been particularly aggressive in luring the 21-year-old, with current manager Zinedine Zidane serving as his inspiration growing up.

For Liverpool, the club's head honcho Jurgen Klopp has been in contact with the former World Cup winner since 2017, per Be Soccer.

The probability of Mbappe leaving PSG without the Champions League trophy in their possession is less likely to happen. But if it does, Djorkaeff believes that it might be something that will haunt Mbappe in the future.

“It will be a regret for him, but you can't blame the failure of a club on a single player,” Djorkaeff stressed. “Mbappe represents the club, but there are too many things that come into play. But it would be a regret for him."

Expectations are high for Mbappe’s squad on Wednesday as they are set to take on Istanbul Buyuksehir in the Champions League.

France forward Kylian Mbappe scored a cracker on Wednesday
France forward Kylian Mbappe AFP / FRANCK FIFE