The Kylian Mbappé future saga continues to be a discussion. With Paris Saint-Germain appearing to hire Luis Enrique as their next manager, the Spanish will enter the French capital with the 24-year-old having an uncertain future.
Spanish outlet SPORT reported on Sunday that Enrique is not expected to be in charge of resolving the situation, but he does end up tipping the balance to one side or the other, PSG’s position.
While Enrique’s appointment at PSG brings a fresh perspective and a new approach to the team, it is essential to note that the resolution of Mbappé’s future lies beyond the scope of his managerial responsibilities.
PSG will only let their star out this summer if the footballer forces a change of scenery or some club puts an astronomical offer on the table.
Real Madrid president Florentino Pérez does not want to make the same mistakes. Everything indicates that Real Madrid will not move in the coming weeks if they do not see real options for signing Mbappé.
Los Blancos know that the Frenchman will be out of a contract in 2024 and will also play their cards to land the player as a free agent possibly.