Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) want to sell Kylian Mbappe, but Real Madrid are not on the shortlist.
Mbappe’s transfer saga has resurfaced once again. In the summer of 2022, Mbappe was strongly linked to Real. Looking for a successor to Karim Benzema, Real approached him and the player was positive about joining the club. President Florentino Perez actively courted the player, and many of the club’s players welcomed his arrival.
However, Mbappe remained at PSG. According to local media, even political figures, including President Emmanuel Macron, were reportedly putting pressure on Mbappe, and PSG pulled out all the stops to hold on to him. In May, European football transfer market expert Fabrizio Romano confirmed that Mbappe was staying at PSG, and it was then made official. The deal was for three years, with a base of two, but an option to extend to 2025.먹튀검증
So Mbappe was still playing for PSG in the 2022-23 season. In the league alone, he scored 29 goals and provided six assists. But he didn’t get his long-awaited big break, and naturally, his frustration grew. This summer saw the departure of Sergio Ramos and Lionel Messi, with Neymar also being linked with a move to the club.
Then came the recent news that he would not be signing a new contract with PSG. “Mbappe has informed the club that he does not intend to exercise the option to extend his contract until 2025,” Romano wrote on his social media account on Wednesday. This means that Mbappe’s contract will expire in June 2024. PSG will not let Mbappe go without a transfer fee. Mbappe could be sold unless he signs a new contract.”
Mbappe has one year left on his contract with PSG. If Mbappe refuses to extend his contract, he will become a free agent next year. PSG doesn’t want that to happen. If they can’t keep him, they’ll get the most money for him. According to Sky Sports, “PSG will not sell Mbappe for nothing. That’s why a sale is likely this summer.”
As mentioned, PSG is preparing to sell Mbappe. “PSG want to sell Mbappe to any team this summer,” according to Spanish outlet El Larguero. However, there is one team that has been ruled out. Two years ago, it was Real, whose transfer speculation had caused them so much stress. “Only Real,” the publication said.