Paris Saint-Germain ‘open’ to Kylian Mbappe sale this summer – Fabrizio Romano

Paris Saint-Germain would prefer to keep Kylian Mbappe if possible, but the French giants will consider sellling arguably the most valuable player in football this summer.

That is according to Fabrizio Romano, who reports that PSG do not want to see Mbappe go for free next summer. The Italian reported earlier that Mbappe had written a letter telling the club that he would not be executing the option to extend his contract for a further year next summer.

Romano reports that this caused a degree of shock at PSG. Those intentions would have become clear without any action from Mbappe until August, when the clause expires.

He goes on to say that they either want Mbappe to go this summer for a fee, or sign a new deal with the club.

This could cause something of an earthquake within the market should Mbappe be on the move, although it is not yet clear what kind of asking price PSG would set. Real Madrid, who have attempted to sign Mbappe three times, will naturally be back in the frame as a result. Equally, a move for Mbappe was not on the cards for them this summer, with President Florentino Perez even admitting as much receently.

Any reports should also be taken with a pinch of salt, as Mbappe has previously shown that he feels it is beneficial that he is constantly a topic of conversation in regards to a move. Over the past three years, rumours of his imminent departure have been almost constant.

Tags Fabrizio Romano Kylian Mbappe Paris Saint-Germain Real Madrid

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