Kylian Mbappe spurned Real Madrid this summer when the 24-year-old opted to extend his contract with Paris Saint-Germain, resulting in a plethora of backlash from Los Blancos supporters.
However, after the 2022 FIFA World Cup, where Mbappe even scored a hat-trick in the final against Argentina on Dec. 18, where France lost 4-2 on penalty kicks, some speculated if Real Madrid would make a U-turn.
Despite the PSG star’s stock rising, even more, Marca reported on Monday that there has been no contact between the France international’s representatives and Real Madrid since he renewed his contract with the Ligue 1 champions.
The French giants are not keen to allow Mbappe to depart, as they currently boast the finest attacking trident in European football. Additionally, the Spanish club doesn’t look to provide him with a lifeboat anytime soon.
According to the Spanish media outlet, Mbappe will not find any allies at Real Madrid if he tries again to force his way out of the Ligue 1 club, so some may be right that the train to join Los Blancos does indeed come once.
If Mbappe should ever leave PSG, it will likely be to a Premier League club.