Kylian Mbappe to sign three-year contract extension with Paris Saint-Germain

According to Athletic, Kylian Mbappe will reject Real Madrid in favor of a three-year contract with Paris Saint-Germain although things are yet to be made official. The Frenchman’s current deal was due to expire in June and it has been reported that Real Madrid and PSG have filed deals.

Since playing a key role for France at the 2018 World Cup, Kylian Mbappe has been considered one of the best strikers in the game. European football. His stature has only grown over the years, with the Frenchman getting stronger and stronger with each season. This has seen him strongly linked with a move, particularly for real Madrid with Los Blancos overly keen to sign him. So much so that Los Blancos even submitted two offers last summer, only to see them both rejected by PSG.

However, with less than a month remaining on his current contract, reports have indicated that Mbappe has an offer from Real Madrid with his mother confirming the same. But she also confirmed that PSG have also filed for a new contract extension and Athletic have announced that Mbappe is close to signing this latest deal. The report said the 23-year-old will sign an extension until 2025, with the offer reduced by two years compared to PSG’s previous contract offer.

Not only that, the report has revealed that the Parisians are set to make Mbappe the center of their brand and sporting project going forward which has attracted him. This comes despite various reports that the 23-year-old has already agreed personal terms with Real and is close to signing as a free agent. However, Athletic have further reported that PSG have yet to receive an official signing for the France international, although they are set to announce the deal soon.

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