After Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi issued a deadline for Kylian Mbappé to decide on his future, the capital club appears keen to hold talks with any club over an exit.
Transfer window specialist Fabrizio Romano reported on Wednesday the latest regarding the Mbappé transfer saga. Romano notes that PSG is open to engaging in negotiations with all clubs, not only Real Madrid.
(🌕) PSG are open to negotiations with all clubs for Kylian, with no veto on Real Madrid. The idea remains to extend his contract, but if the choice is to part, a price will be set. @FabrizioRomano 🚨🇫🇷 pic.twitter.com/QR6Ne7Zauh
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While the primary objective for PSG is to extend Mbappé’s contract, the club is prepared to set a price if the French international decides to part ways.
Romano’s report suggests that PSG adopts a pragmatic approach to Mbappé’s situation. Despite ongoing interest from Real Madrid, the French club is willing to explore potential offers from all interested parties.
Although the focus remains on securing a contract extension for Mbappé, PSG is prepared to consider suitable proposals. The Ligue 1 side cannot afford to lose the player on a free transfer. Furthermore, it will allow the talented forward to seek a new challenge elsewhere.
The ball is now in Mbappé’s court, as he holds the key to his future. PSG’s intention to extend his contract indicates their desire to continue their successful partnership or ensure a club pays a transfer fee.