Kylian Mbappe makes direct transfer plea to PSG amid Liverpool interest

Kylian Mbappe reportedly does not want to extend his Paris Saint-Germain contract as he continues to be linked with a move away from the club.

The French forward has one year left on his current deal at PSG but talks have stalled over fresh terms as he looks destined to leave as a free agent next summer.

Liverpool are one of the leading contenders to secure his signature, but a whole host of clubs will come calling if he is available for nothing in 12 months time.

RMC claims Mbappe’s current stance is that he will fulfil his contract, but is not willing to sign a new one as his relationship with sporting director Leonardo has deteriorated.

Kylian Mbappe has been linked with a move to Liverpool
Kylian Mbappe has been linked with a move to Liverpool

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PSG chief Nasser Al-Khelaïfi has now stepped in to try and resolve the situation, but it could be too little, too late as Mbappe’s mind is already made up.

The report says Mbappe told boss Mauricio Pochettino of his decision during Euro 2020 before they crashed out at the last 16 stage to Switzerland.

It also states that Mbappe has approached Al-Khelaïfi for clarification over rumours that have surfaced in recent months to avoid any false claims gaining traction.

PSG have pushed the boat out so far this summer to convince Mbappe that Paris is the place for him to succeed in the long term as the club look to finally get over the hump in the Champions League after narrowly missing out in recent seasons.

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The Ligue 1 outfit have signed Gianluigi Donnarumma from AC Milan, who is starring at the Euros for Italy as they booked a semi-final spot against Spain, as well as Georginio Wijnaldum who left Liverpool.

The French side are also on the verge of securing a move for Achraf Hakimi from Inter Milan as they look to beat Chelsea to his signing.


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