Paris Saint-Germain striker Kylian Mbappe is not happy with Lionel Messi’s signing for the French club and could talk to the board next Monday to announce his intention to leave PSG this summer, according to a report published on Italian newspaper Gazzetta Dello Sport. Real Madrid are still interested in securing his signing this summer but will not send their offer until PSG decide to sell the player, per reports from the Spanish press.
Spanish radio station Cadena SER confirmed the report and even added that Real Madrid could offer around €120 million.
⚽️ ÚLTIMA HORA | El @RealMadrid "hará un esfuerzo muy grande" por Mbappé— Carrusel Deportivo (@carrusel) August 12, 2021
"Si el PSG dice 'NO', Florentino Pérez da por hecho que llega GRATIS el verano que viene"
"El entorno de Mbappé dice que el lunes él informará sobre su futuro"
️ Informa @PacojoSER pic.twitter.com/yRsBGkicEa
Mbappe is under huge pressure from Paris Saint-Germain to sign a contract extension. Club president Nasser Al-Khelaifi was asked about Mbappe’s future during Messi’s presentation with the French side and said that “there is no excuse for him now and he can’t do anything else but stay.”
However, Mbappe seems completely determined to not signing that contract extension, so he will leave PSG either this summer if the French club decide to sell him or next year as a free agent.
If Mbappe states that he is not going to sign a new deal and that he wants a new challenge, PSG could accept to start negotiating with Madrid over a transfer.