Kylian Mbappe tells PSG he wants to leave next summer

Ross Houston
September 15, 2020

Kylian Mbappe has told Paris Saint-Germain he intends to leave the club next summer to build on his career elsewhere. How The Timesreported, the French global has already informed the club about his intention to move.

Mbappé's contract ends on 30th June 2022, so he will bring forward his exit and PSG could get some good financial compensation because the Frenchman isn't going to cost anything cheap and his price is close to 100 million euros. Madrid - who have been interested in Mbappe for years now - seems to be emerging as the frontrunner.

Mbappe, who is now isolating after testing positive for coronavirus and is ser to miss the Ligue 1 clash against Marseille this Sunday, has made his intentions clear that he wants to leave at the end of July after what would be four seasons in Paris and look for a new challenge.

Mbappe will make the headlines in the next season transfer business as many clubs will vie for his signature after the World Cup victor told PSG directors of his intention to leave the club at the end of the current campaign. Although the funds to sign a player widely viewed as a generational talent may not be forthcoming, as LFC have not spent extravagantly under the ownership of FSG. In fact, Real Madrid have never been in a rush to sign the forward and in the middle of a crisis chose to delay their move for the Frenchman until 2021, so that the times coincide between the intention of Madrid and the player.

Wow. And we thought Barcelona had enough problems just sorting out their own mess.

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