PSG to offer Mbappe huge Contract to Ward off Clubs

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According to L’Equipe, PSG are going to offer a big deal to their star forward Kylian Mbappe. This is to keep him at Parc des Princes amid interest from all across Europe.

PSG certainly know the worth of the 22-year-old and want to keep him at the club. According to reports, they are willing to offer their star forward a new deal for his contract extension. This new deal should be close to €30 million per year.

Mbappe has 18 months left on his current contract at PSG and it’s no secret that the likes of Liverpool and Real Madrid are in the mix to get the Frenchman this Summer Transfer Window.

The reports also add that such a big amount could persuade the World Cup Winner to stay at the club. However, he is not purely motivated by monetary terms. He aims to win major trophies across Europe and will give a thought before making the next move in his career.

Where will Mbappe end up if he decides to leave PSG

After Cristiano Ronaldo left Real Madrid in 2018. Everyone imagined Mbappe to take his place and Madrid fans had even imagined him in the Los Blancos kit.

However, they didn’t spend much in the last couple of windows. Hence, they might have plans to spend big to bring the Frenchman to Bernabeu. Real Madrid would also be desperate to bring him as Eden Hazard’s injury saga continues. Hazard is also finding it difficult to replicate his Chelsea form for Los Blancos.

Liverpool are also eager to bring someone like Mbappe who can strengthen their front line and help them to compete all across Europe. It will certainly help them boost their squad depth.

Klopp has maintained good relations with the club owners and they have faith in him so they will support him financially to bring in some fresh legs this summer. Thus, The Reds might also be the part of the race to get the French star this summer.

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