French football star Kylian Mbappe and Paris Saint-Germain are not stopping to send clear signals to Real Madrid, intending to move to the royal club in the future.

For a long time, the French star has been strengthening his connection with the Spanish club, revealing his desire to wear the white shirt one day, or soon.

Mbappe gave a new interview with the British newspaper Daily Mirror in which he talked about his ambitions, his desire to win essential titles in football, and said that former Real Madrid stars Zinedine Zidane and Cristiano Ronaldo are his examples in the world of football.

Mbappe chooses Cristiano Ronaldo and Zidane as role models.

When asked about his role in the world of football, he said: "At first Zidane was after everything he achieved with the French national team, and then Cristiano Ronaldo who won a lot and still continues to win even after all these successes. They left their mark on the history of football."

He continued: "My next ambition is to shine with the French national team next year in the European Championship. My biggest ambition is to win the Champions League. I want to win this title with PSG. "Winning the Champions League for the first time in the club's history will be something exceptional."

Mbappe also commented on Liverpool's outstanding performance in the Premier League this season: "Liverpool has made everything look easy. It takes a good coach to win that way and a lot of work."

As for his ambitions to win the Ballon d'Or as the best player in the world, he commented: "It would be good to win the Ballon d'Or, but it's not something that makes me care about it. It's not important to win the Ballon d'Or this season or next season, and I don't have to set myself a time limit. Currently, I place Paris and the team as a priority and if individual awards come thanks to a good level. It will be a reward for me."