French club Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) does not want to offer a new contract to their forward, Kylian Mbappé.
The existing agreement with the 24-year-old forward and the Parisian club is set to expire at the end of this season. According to AS, PSG is currently not considering the possibility of signing a new contract with the player.
The intentions of the Parisians are for Kylian to fulfill the previous agreements and activate the clause for the automatic extension of the contract until 2025. The club unofficially admitted that it was impossible to pay him more.
It’s noted that “Real Madrid” is monitoring the situation. The Madrid club will not take any action at least until January 1st – at that time, according to FIFA rules, all interested clubs will have the right to negotiate with the player.
Mbappé, aged 24, has been playing for PSG since the summer of 2018. In the current season, the forward has participated in 14 matches across all competitions, scoring 12 goals and providing one assist.
Transfermarkt values the footballer at 180 million euros in terms of market worth.
Last updated on 16 Nov 2023 - 20:13