On return from the World Cup, Kylian Mbappe may ask Paris Saint-German for exit

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After a demanding World Cup that finished in the most acrimonious way for the France team, Kylian Mbappe will go for his vacation. He might be preparing to slam the door on Paris Saint-Germain when he returns to his native land.

Before leaving for the World Cup with France, which had been his sole concentration in recent months, the dynamic attacker was unhappy with the way things were being done at PSG. In the summer, he anticipated stronger, more diverse, and more reinforcements.

As a result, when he returns to Paris this winter, he might ask to leave PSG. To build the framework for an exit next summer, he would have to publicly or privately express his willingness to do so.

By continuing to play in the Parc des Princes after the World Cup in Qatar, where the PSG owners are of course from, the “Mbappe camp” believes they have fulfilled their obligation. Additionally, they are hopeful that the club will make a show of good faith by accepting a bid for him that is less than €150 million in order to smooth any potential transfer.

Numerous clubs, including Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, and not least Real Madrid, will undoubtedly be interested in this. The report’s detail makes it seem as though a departure has been carefully considered, including the specifics of how to go about it.

France’s forward #10 Kylian Mbappe runs after the ball during the Qatar 2022 World Cup semi-final football match between France and Morocco at the Al-Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, north of Doha on December 14, 2022. (Photo by FRANCK FIFE / AFP)

Expecting PSG to aid his exit, however, is utterly at odds with what they have previously demonstrated, which is a steadfast determination to keep him. They rejected offers of up to €180 million two summers ago in an effort to convince him to stay, and now that he has two more seasons left on his contract, they have the upper hand.

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