Paris Saint-Germain have put French player Kylian Mbappe in front of two new options for his future with the team.
The Parisian club are now working on a contract extension for their French striker to ensure the player doesn’t leave for free next summer, following the crisis that has erupted between the two since Mbappe announced his departure from Princess Gardens next summer.
It is noteworthy that the Rooster striker announced last June that he was leaving the Parc des Princes permanently in the summer of 2024, which opened fire on him from the Paris administration, which imposed severe penalties on him.
Paris Saint-Germain in talks with Mbappe to extend contract
According to the British network Sky Sports, the administration of Paris Saint-Germain offered Mbappe two options, which is in talks to extend the current contract with the team.
According to Sky, the Parisian club has put two options on the negotiating table for Killian: the first is to extend his contract until June 2025 on the same terms as his current contract, and the second for a longer period, which was not disclosed with new terms.
Thus, the French club ensures that Kylian does not leave for free, and Real Madrid are working on signing the French striker this summer or next season.