Premier League leaders Liverpool have been ruled out of a move for Paris Saint Germain (PSG) striker Kylian Mbappe according to reports.
Liverpool have been seriously linked with the French World Cup winner this season but it seems like there’s no hope of a transfer happening.
According to Spanish media portal El Desmarque, Kylian Mbappe is out of Liverpool’s reach as confirmed by club manager Jurgen Klopp.
The Liverpool manager had said that there is no club that can prise Kylian Mbappe out of PSG in one of his press conferences last month.
Liverpool had been linked with a Kylian Mbappe transfer after they won the case against shirt manufacturers New Balance with Nike set to become their new kit sponsors.
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Reports claimed that the relationship with Nike could lead to a sensational move for the aforementioned Mbappe.
The latest development has left Real Madrid in the race to sign the PSG striker.
Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane previously talked about the player and his desire to sign for the immediate past European champions.
Kylian Mbappe has scored 69 goals for PSG since his move to the club in 2017.
He initially joined them on loan before making the transfer permanent in a £162m deal.