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Al Khelaïfi's plea: Paris Saint-Germain President urges Mbappé to extend contract amidst intense speculation

Posted : 10 January 2024

Paris Saint-Germain's president, Nasser Al Khelaïfi, left no room for speculation on Tuesday as he vocalized his strong desire for Kylian Mbappé to extend his contract with the club beyond June. In an interview with RMC Sport, Al Khelaïfi expressed transparently, "I am not trying to hide anything. I want Kylian Mbappé to stay at PSG. He's the best player in the world, and the best club for him is PSG. He is central to our project."


Amidst rumors surrounding Mbappé's potential departure, sources indicate that the player will make a decision on his future in the coming weeks, with Real Madrid and Liverpool emerging as the frontrunners for his signature should he opt to leave Paris.


Despite the looming uncertainty, PSG remains resolute in their eagerness to retain Mbappé, acknowledging his pivotal role as the club's record goal scorer. Mbappé's decision not to trigger a one-year extension leaves him free to negotiate with other clubs under the Bosman ruling.


Real Madrid, prominently linked with Mbappé, has emphasized the need for a swift resolution, drawing from the prolonged negotiations in 2022. Al Khelaïfi, reflecting on PSG's journey, acknowledged past mistakes but highlighted the club's commitment to long-term success. "We have put together a team that is solid on a technical level, and our system of play has been changed," he remarked. "We play as a team, we defend as a team—it is magnificent."


Contrary to reports suggesting an agreement between Mbappé and Madrid, sources refute such claims, affirming that no deal has been finalized. Mbappé, in a recent statement, indicated his ongoing contemplation about leaving while assuring that PSG would be financially protected in the event of a free transfer, with the club exempted from a substantial loyalty bonus of approximately €80 million.


The unfolding saga promises to keep football enthusiasts on the edge of their seats as the talented forward navigates a crucial career decision.


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