PSG accept they may have to sell Kylian Mbappé as latest offer rebuffed
According to RMC Sport, the French international has again rejected a renewal offer in Paris and the possibility of his departure is becoming increasingly likely.
The Kylian Mbappé soap opera will soon be over, and we can all finally stop writing about where he will play his football for the rest of this season, and thereafter. And more has emerged on this saga as a report on Monday from RMC Sport states that the French international has once again rejected a renewal offer from Paris Saint-Germain. This one was for five years with an option for a sixth, but by refusing it thoughts firm up on his future lying outside the French capital.
No to PSG, but no official Madrid offer for Mbappé
Although the 22-year-old forward appears to be sticking to his departure stance, the French news outlet also indicates that, as yet, there is no official offer in to PSG from Real Madrid, who know they still have to convince PSG to sell. As you'll know by now, the player’s contract runs out in 2022.
Mbappé is said to be happy in Paris but feels that he should be leading the future of the club and even this latest desperate extension offer would leave him trailing Neymar and Messi as top earners. RMC Sport are, like almost everyone else, not clear of how this situation will play out and have not ruled out any scenario regarding Mbappé's departure, but the sense is that the club are readying themselves for it. They have, however, reported that an unnamed English club is the only one to have made a real move for the superstar.
Real Madrid will be hoping to be making some sensational headlines as the transfer window edges closes to its end.