Kylian Mbappe planning to leave PSG next summer
- The PSG forward is understood to have informed the French side that he wishes to leave next summer
- Mbappe’s deal runs until 2022 and can be sold next summer with Real Madrid among the potential destinations
- Mental Health and Psychosocial considerations during the COVID-19 pandemic
Kylian Mbappe planning to leave PSG next summer.
Mbappe is reportedly to have told PSG that he will be playing his last season with the club before seeking out a move next summer.
His current deal runs until 2022 and should he fail to sign a new one, the French side will only have next summer to sell him to avoid losing him as a free agent.
Real Madrid has been long-time admirers of the World Cup winner and will be looking to pounce should the opportunity present itself.
PSG made a huge investment in Mbappe, signing him from AS Monaco in 2018 for a fee in the region of £165 million.
The deal remains the second-highest ever paid for a footballer, behind PSG’s marquee capture of Neymar after triggering his Barcelona release clause.
PSG are said to have made multiple lucrative offers to Mbappe in hope of getting him to commit his future to the club, including a promise to see him as their highest ever paid player while pledging to build the team around him in the future.
Mbappe has played just over 100 Ligue 1 and Champions League matches for PSG, Mbappe has already scored 77 goals for the club.