Kylian Mbappe has now told Paris Saint-Germain that he wants to leave the French club next summer, MySportDab reports.
Mbappe is ready to play his final season with the French club this campaign before trying to leave in next summer’s transfer window.
Kylian Mbappe has a contract with PSG until 2022, which means next summer is the last chance for PSG to sell their player or risk losing him as a free agent.
And According to The Times, the 21-year-old has made his plans very clear to his club for next summer.
PSG signed Mbappe from AS Monaco for a fee around £165 million in 2018 and will try to recoup the fee.
Mbappe’s transfer remains the second highest fee ever paid for a footballer, behind Neymar’s shocking Barcelona exit.
PSG have submitted multiple lucrative offers to Mbappe to commit his future to the club and also offered him the chance to become their highest ever paid player.
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However, the 2018 World Cup winner has already made a decision on his future and Real Madrid are favourites to sign him.
Real Madrid already have a transfer plan for next summer’s transfer window, with Mbappe their planned headline signing alongside Erling Haaland.
MySportDab understands that Mbappe has been sincere about his desire to leave PSG and the clhb President could decide to sell next summer.
Paris Saint-Germain also need a replacement for the talented youngster, who helped them reach the 2020 Champions League final.
Kylian Mbappe has scored 77 goals for PSG in over 100 Ligue 1 and Champions League matches.
The Times claim that Mbappe would love to play in the Premier League and could consider signing for Manchester United or Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City.
Barcelona are expected to show an official interest in Mbappe, given the fact that Lionel Messi is likely to leave the club next summer when his contract expires.
The Catalan club are currently low on funds but Lionel Messi’s departure next year will free up some space on the wage bill.