It’s Day 2 in the Kylian Mbappé transfer saga. While there are developments regarding interest in the Frenchman, it remains quiet from the squad’s perspective, primarily from manager Luis Enrique.
PSG’s first match of 2024 will be the Trophée des Champions against Toulouse FC on Wednesday at the Parc des Princes. Ahead of the matchup, Enrique spoke with reporters on Tuesday.
Of course, one of the questions surrounded the Mbappé saga. Nonetheless, it appears the Spanish manager doesn’t want to entertain these rumors.
“How will I manage (the uncertainty over Mbappé’s future)? As I always have done up to this point,” Enrique told reporters. “It isn’t an issue that depends on me. I am not the one to respond to this question.”
Luis Enrique: “How will I manage (the uncertainty over Mbappé’s future)? As I always have done up to this point. It isn’t an issue that depends on me. I am not the one to respond to this question.” 🇪🇸🗣️ pic.twitter.com/XgbbcOejrW
— PSG Report (@PSG_Report) January 2, 2024
The latest information surrounding this saga comes from Diario AS. According to the Spanish media outlet, Real Madrid has given Mbappé two weeks to sign the pre-agreement, or it’s goodbye forever. However, a new contender to land the 2018 FIFA World Cup winner is emerging.
Inevitably, a Premier League club had to enter the race for the 25-year-old, and now all attention focuses on Liverpool. So, expect these rumors to be ongoing, but Enrique won’t be entertaining these questions.