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Mbappe distances himself from PSG decision-making amid search for new manager

Kylian Mbappe at PSG
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The French side are in the process of finding a replacement for Christophe Galtier.

Kylian Mbappe expects “noting” from Paris Saint-Germain for the next season.

Following Mbappe’s blockbuster contract renewal last year, reports emerged of the Frenchman’s power to influence the club’s transfer plans.

The Ligue 1 giants are preparing for another busy transfer window as they bid farewell to Lionel Messi. But Mbappe insists he will stick to his sporting role at the club.

“What do I expect from PSG next season? No, nothing, I’m just here to play,” the striker told Canal Plus.

“I still have a contract, I come to play. The club is doing what it can, I’ll just be happy with what the club is doing. The rest is none of my business.”

PSG are reportedly considering a move for Julian Nagelsmann as Christophe Galtier’s replacement. However, they are yet to make a formal offer for the former Bayern Munich boss.

The only imminent signing for PSG is Marco Asensio, who arrives from Real Madrid as a free agent. The club are also in the race to sign Sporting Lisbon’s Manuel Ugarte, but Chelsea seem to be in pole position to sign the midfielder.

PSG might also need to sign a new goalkeeper, with Sergio Rico still in intensive care after a horse-riding accident. The goalkeeper is reportedly in stable condition, but his prospects of returning to the pitch are unclear.