Determined to anticipate a possible departure of Kylian Mbappé during the next summer transfer window, PSG would already be working on his succession. But the priority track of the Parisian leaders seems already doomed to failure.
The PSG prepare for the worst. If they obviously did not give up convincing Kylian Mbappé to extend the adventure in the capital, the Parisian leaders are well aware that it will not be easy to get the tricolor world champion to sign a new lease. Linked to PSG until June 2022, the former Monegasque has desires elsewhere and will necessarily be in a strong position, next summer, to obtain an exit voucher, the club in the capital not being able to take the risk to let him go free, a year later.
“We talk directly with Kylian, that’s the truth of the negotiation. The truth is that the PSG are in a complicated moment, but it will be the team of the next five years “, nonetheless recently assured Leonardo, adding:” We have Neymar, Mbappé who are in the top 3 because Ronaldo and Messi are going to come out because of their age. This is the idea. I see a future… and that’s what we’re working on. ” However, the capital club’s staff does not want to reproduce the errors made by Barça at the time of Neymar’s departure and intends to anticipate his possible transfer.
According to La Sexta, PSG would indeed think about his succession and would look to do this on the side of Madrid. Not only at Real, or Vinicius has been in the sights of the French champions for a long time, but alsoAtletico, or Joao felix would be very popular with Parisian leaders. So much so that Nasser Al-Khelaifi and Leonardo would have made it their priority. But the interest does not seem to be shared. According to Record, the young Portuguese has no intention of leaving Atletico Madrid and the Colchoneros are relying on his release clause of 350 million euros. Barely opened, the file already seems for the champions of France …
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