Real Madrid could face a setback ahead of the January transfer window opening. The Spanish side reportedly has a deadline for Kylian Mbappé, whose contract expires in June 2024, to accept their pre-contract; however, no decision will occur.
Diario AS journalist Carmen Colino confirmed that Real Madrid is granting Mbappé a 15-day decision window. Nonetheless, she emphasizes that Los Blancos won’t be waiting for the 2018 FIFA World Cup winner to decide.
Well, if the La Liga side wants the 25-year-old, they’ll need to wait. According to transfer window specialist Fabrizio Romano, Mbappé won’t be making any decisions on his future during the January transfer window, firmly remaining with PSG at least until June.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup winner wants to focus on the second half of the season with Paris, determined to compete for all available titles. Additionally, Romano says that PSG and all other parties believe nothing will transpire concerning Mbappé this January.
🚨🇫🇷| Kylian Mbappé is NOT expected to decide his future during the January transfer window and he is not expected to leave PSG in January either. The Frenchman is focusing on the second part of the season with Paris and to fight for all the titles.
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— PSG Report (@PSG_Report) December 29, 2023
Let’s see if Real Madrid indeed abandons their pursuit if the winger doesn’t decide his future within the 15-day period they’ve provided.