​Paris Saint-Germain forward Kylian Mbappe has claimed that he is unable to decide between Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, and said that he would happily retire to accommodate both of them in his team.


Both Messi and Ronaldo have been in good form this season, with the former putting in a masterclass performance against Manchester United in the Champions League. Ronaldo's Juventus fell to Ajax but he still managed to score.


Mbappe, when asked who he would have in his team, said that he could not chose between the two and would rather retire himself if that means he can have both.



He told France Football: "If I had the choice between Messi and Ronaldo for my team? I'd retire and take both of them, to be sure that we win! I could choose one, but it would likely be at the expense of the other. And you don't have the right to denigrate one of these two monsters. To choose one would be an insult to everything that the other has achieved.


"When I was younger, I had fun comparing them both. From one year to the next, I changed [who he preferred], even though I admit to having defended Ronaldo more often. But now I'm grown up I'm less certain. There are the Barca followers who prefer [Johan] Cruyff and Messi. And there are others who will say that Ronaldo is the greatest athlete that football has known and has won things wherever he went."


PSG have still not confirmed their league title, having lost to Nantes, but will already looking towards next season to take another shot at the Champions League.