A major update on the future of Paris Saint-Germain star and famous Real Madrid target Kylian Mbappe surfaced on Friday night.
PSG stands firm
The ongoing headlines around the Bernabeu last summer certainly came in the form of Real Madrid’s pursuit of Mbappe.
Although the France international is only on a one-year contract with Paris Saint-Germain, Los Blancos are understood to have made a massive €170m offer, plus another $10m in bonuses, for him to sign.
The feeling from Real Madrid sources is that this will be the final bid. Now or next summer, Mbappe only wants Real Madrid. pic.twitter.com/xRhVUsYDlt
– Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) August 26, 2021
It is worth noting, however, that Parc des Princes’ board chose to reject the proposal.
in turn, word Coming in late August, Florentino Perez and co. A decision has been made to halt the summer acquisition of Mbappe and instead focus on striking a pre-contract deal with the 22-year-old in January.
Paris Saint-Germain push
As a result, media speculation has continued in the months since, and it is widely believed that Mbappe will finally live out the dream he shaped in Madrid.
However, as mentioned above, on Friday there was a new understanding of the situation.
Among those in power in the Spanish capital, the news is unlikely to travel so well.
According to Julian Maynard of French outlet Telefoot, talks have reopened between Mbappe and Paris Saint-Germain over the possibility of the prolific striker signing a new short-team deal in Paris .
However, added that Mbappe’s focus remains on seeing the remainder of the game before making a firm decision on his future.
🚨 TELEFOOT information 100% PSG
– Discuss a short extension of Mbappé!
– Marquinhos will be extended for at least 2 seasons!
– Paris exploration is in the middle.Objective skim this winter
— Telefoot (@telefoot_TF1) January 14, 2022
BREAKING | Paris Saint-Germain and Mbappe’s entourage are negotiating a short-term extension. The players themselves will focus on the rest of the season before making a decision. (@Julian Maynard)
— Get French Football News (@GFFN) January 14, 2022