Kylian Mbappe denies PSG transfer demand claims. Kylian Mbappe has refuted assertions made by Paris Saint-Germain regarding his future. The club has stated that they will attempt to sell the striker rather than risk losing him as a free agent next year. Mbappe’s comments come as the club has stated that they will attempt to sell the striker.
Mbappe will not sign the one-year contract extension that is included in his PSG contract, therefore the end of his current agreement will occur one year from now. According to Mirror Football’s sources, the primary objective of the French club is to prevent the superstar from moving to another team without receiving a transfer fee. This indicates that the club is ready to cash in on the player during the summer.
According to information provided by sources with close ties to PSG, the club has reportedly initiated contract extension discussions with the superstar striker. The club also asserted that they were unaware of the player’s choice to forego the activation of an additional year on his contract, which is presently scheduled to run out in the year 2024.
Mbappe has now issued a statement on his behalf, which says that he had previously informed the club a year ago of his intention not to remain at the Parc des Princes beyond the end of the 2023-24 campaign, while also stating that no contract talks had been launched. The statement further adds that Mbappe’s future plans have not been determined.
“The management of the club in charge of his extension, which was signed a year ago, was informed as of July 15, 2022 of the player’s decision (not to go beyond 2024), and the letter had the sole objective to confirm what had already been clarified verbally beforehand,” a statement issued on behalf of the player said. This information was included in a letter that had the sole objective of confirming what had already been clarified verbally.
“Kylian Mbappe and his entourage claim that they have never again discussed this issue with the club during the course of the year, with the exception of 15 days ago when they announced that they would be sending the letter. In addition, there has been no discussion of any potential further extensions.”