Unsurprisingly, Kylian Mbappé should not exercise the one-year option provided for in his contract and will therefore be free to leave PSG next summer. A way to put pressure on the Parisian leaders, eagerly awaited on the transfer window.
Calm has finally returned to Paris. However, if the club of the capital is about to win a new title of champion of France, the difficult season experienced by the men of Christophe Galtier augurs a very agitated summer transfer window. The Parisian coach should be thanked and Lionel Messi like Neymar will be pushed out. The summer should be much calmer for Kylian Mbappé.
Only one year after having extended his contract with the club of the capital, the tricolor world champion will however already be one year from the end of his lease. If he posed with a 2025 flocked jersey last spring, the Bondynois only returned until 2024, the third year being only optional. And to believe The Teamthe French international has no intention of exercising the option for this third additional year.
Mbappé awaits reinforcements
The former Monegasque has until the end of July to exercise the said option but intends to be master of his destiny next summer. After expressing his moods last fall and demanding his departure, Kylian Mbappé is in better moods with regard to PSG but is firmly awaiting his leaders on the transfer window. Burned by the recruitment of last summer, far from the promises made by Nasser Al-Khelaifi a few months earlier, the top scorer in Ligue 1 is waiting for serious recruits, especially at the forefront where he would like the arrival of a top striker capable of pivoting.
And Kylian Mbappé’s summer should be all the calmer as Real Madrid will not try, as in 2021, to take advantage of his contractual situation to try to attract the French striker. Despite the 200 million euros offered to PSG, the Madrid club had come up against a wall and after the other snub experienced last spring, the Merengues clearly prefer to wait until next summer and be sure of the striker’s intentions. French to go on the offensive. But the Madrid club could face a strong competitor: Manchester United. And all the more so if it flies under the Qatari flag…