Kylian Mbappe set to decide on his future at PSG in February
Kylian Mbappe could leave PSG as a free agent next summer
After loaning to PSG from Monaco in 2017, the Frenchman has been linked to leaving the Parisian team almost every transfer window for the past four years.
Real Madrid’s commitment to the future has led to many links between the two teams, but nothing has happened as Mbappe has repeatedly signed new contracts in Paris, the most current of which paid well.
The player has the potential to extend his agreement by an additional year, which would prevent the club from losing him for free this summer. However, such an extension would only delay the contract’s expiration and provide negligible value for the £153 million the club paid to recruit him.
But after years of back and forth, it seems that the star will finally tell PSG what he wants to do in the coming days, according to AS reports.
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Given his circumstances as of the moment, Mbappe has two viable options: he can decide to stay in Paris and earn a gross salary of approximately £60 million annually, or he can opt to leave this summer for nothing and sign a contract somewhere else, probably for Real Madrid.
According to the article, the star is believed to have informed Luis Enrique’s team that he would make the choice “within the next fortnight,” according to sources close to PSG.
It goes on to confirm that PSG has not yet made a formal offer of an extension to the player, but has instead asked him if he would be willing to commit to the team’s future goals and stay on.
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