The Frenchman will reportedly pen a new deal one if a crucial clause is inserted in the contract.
Paris Saint-German superstar Kylian Mbappe will reportedly consider signing a massive new contract after a transfer guarantee clause is inserted in the deal. The said clause is one that could see him seal a move to Real Madrid for the right asking price.
Mbappe’s arrival at PSG has proved to be beneficial, with the 21-year-old helping the club secure three Ligue 1 titles in succession. Currently ranked among the most exceptional young stars in world football, the former AS Monaco prodigy is gradually nearing the end of his stint with Les Parisiens.
In recent years, the French outfit has tried to get the striker to commit his future to the club beyond 2022 but to no avail. Meanwhile, La Liga giants Real Madrid are said to be keenly monitoring the situation, having been long-term admirers of the player.
According to AS, things could align in favor of the Merengues despite PSG aiming to tie Mbappe down with a new deal. Although the Parc des Princes outfit is looking at extending the World Cup winner’s stay, the player has reportedly admitted that he will only commit his future unless a clause that guarantees a move to the Bernabeu is in place.
Due to the economic implications of the coronavirus pandemic, a report from Spain suggested Real Madrid will not be moving for Mbappe this summer. Instead, the Spanish club will test the resolve of PSG in the next window while the forward is approaching the final year of his contract.
In order not to risk losing the player on a free, the Ligue 1 defending champions and the player are aiming to agree on a deal that could later see him join Real Madrid unopposed. This will be possible only after Los Blancos agree to pay his massive asking price set in the region of 194 million pounds.
Should Mbappe sign the new deal, the youngster will become the fourth highest-paid player in the world.
Source: News update