As per reports coming from France, Kylian Mbappe has reached a decision about his immediate future but the fans are not happy about it.
Kylian Mbappe cost €180 million to PSG back in 2017 and he might leave for free next summer, according to reports. The young star managed to take a hold of the Ligue 1’s MVP award in consecutive seasons. He’s been the top scorer in three consecutive years and he recently surpassed Neymar as the club’s top player. But Mbappe’s ambition reached new heights this week as he made a final decision about his future. Contrary to what the club’s owner is thinking about this player, Mbappe has every intention to remain at the club until the end of his contract.
The issue here is that supporters at least want to get some money out of their best player if they were to sell him to another club. Real Madrid was willing to pay good cash for Mbappe this summer, but the player wants to play alongside Leo Messi. This decision leaves PSG in a tough spot because they would let go of a world-class star for free. If they agreed to sell him this summer, then their business with Mbappe would be a complete bargain.
The supporters want to sell Mbappe this summer.
However, not selling Kylian as soon as possible would be considered an utter failure from the fans’ perspective. When asked during polls on the streets of Paris, the vast majority wants to get a major payday for Mbappe. They consider PSG shouldn’t be a prison for the best players in the world. Kylian has a dream to someday play for Real Madrid and he should fulfill that dream.
But Nasser Al-Khelaifi doesn’t seem to get that sometimes, you need to give these players a chance to breathe. If they don’t negotiate this summer for him, Kylian is even willing to remain on the bench for the rest of the season. But he will most definitely not sign a new contract with Paris Saint-Germain. Doing that means he could perpetuate his prison time at PSG, where he clearly doesn’t want to be anymore. Hopefully, both sides can reach an agreement that can benefit all parties involved.