Mbappé’s extension to PSG: this little detail that could change everything

as revealed the team In his version for today, Kylian Mbappe had already extended his contract until 2024, not 2025. So the future of the Bondi native in the capital is likely to emerge very quickly again.

Kylian Mbappe, Neymar, Paris Saint-Germain

Neymar walks on water, Lionel Messi who seems to have regained his genius, exciting team at last, this start to the season has something to appeal to Paris Saint-Germain fans. However, some supporters of the capital club may quickly become disappointed. While everything seemed stable, Mbappe’s profile hasn’t really finished sparking panic on the footballing planet.

However, things seemed very clear. On the final day of the tournament last season, the extension of the 2018 World Championships was already announced amid great fanfare at the Parc des Princes. In a stadium in a state of merger, the former Monaco professed his love for Paris Saint-Germain, wearing the number 2025 shirt. The problem was, it was clear that the fans cheated on the merchandise.

Optional additional year

newspaper the team It already reveals that the star has in fact only spanned two years, i.e. until 2024 and not in 2025. An additional year has certainly been added as an option but it is then the only will of the player. In fact, the France international has the possibility of leaving Paris Saint-Germain in just two years.

The Mbappe series, which has panicked the European press for whole months, has every chance to resume in the near future. The prospect of seeing Kylian Mbappé packing his bags as a freelancer from 2024 may haunt the nights of Parisian leaders. Another solution then would be to make a sale next summer in order to get an amount that will certainly be huge.

It remains to be seen if there will be many buyers. Will Real Madrid return to the shirt despite the humiliation he suffered during the contract extension last summer? Other European leaders could intervene in this violation and put up with the famous “French genius”.

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