The future of Paris Saint-Germain forward Kylian Mbappé remains up in the air as the 23-year-old’s contract expires in June.
Various reports could lead some to believe that he’s Real Madrid bound, others that the capital club is putting forth a grand plan to keep their star player. Furthermore, there are plenty of opinions from the football world.
The latest to share their thoughts on what Mbappé should do with his future is French Football Federation president Noël Le Graët, where he was asked by Europe 1 what he thinks the France international should do.
“I see him often, you can imagine. Very often. I would like him to stay in Paris; it’s a trivial answer. He’s still young. I don’t see what he can find bigger than Paris. Paris has a huge margin for improvement, as much as the Spanish clubs today,” Le Graët said.
“I can’t see him in England. I may be wrong. But he’s a Parisian. He plays ball well. He is esteemed. Technically, he is very, very strong. He is handsome. And he is happy in Paris. He can last another three or four years at PSG.”
According to the latest media rumors, the capital club has made an offer to Mbappé, which is reportedly a short-term extension accompanied by a salary of €50 million and a signing bonus of €100 million.
However, the information was denied by the Parisian sports director, Leonardo, in an interview with L’Equipe. As a result, the clock is ticking, and Mbappé will need to make his decision known sooner rather than later.