RMC Sport reports that Kylian Mbappé’s future at Paris Saint-Germain remains uncertain, with the Frenchman having turned down the club’s latest contract offer.
With PSG’s latest proposition – a five year contract with an optional additional year – dead in the water, the forward’s potential Real Madrid move now hinges on the Spanish side making an offer before the end of the window, and Les Parisiens accepting it. Nevertheless, Los Merengues are yet to reach out – the only club to have made a move in the last few weeks has been an unnamed Premier League side.
Should he leave, PSG are looking to bring in Everton’s Richarlison, with Neymar having suggested his compatriot as a replacement. The club has reached out to the Brazilian’s entourage in anticipation of a move on the part of Mbappé.
If no offer comes in before the end of the month that can satisfy PSG, contract extension talks will be restarted, at least until January, when the World Cup winner will be able to sign a pre-contract with a new team.