'Balance' price for Mbappé

According to 'Le Parisien', PSG is considering lowering the claims for the French star and selling him between € 120 and € 150 million if he does not renew his contract, which expires in 2022.


The statements of this Wednesday by Kylian Mbappé, ensuring that he is tired of the criticism and that he will play in a place where he feels comfortable, have been a jug of cold water for PSG in its renewal. The margin of maneuver of the Parisian team begins to reduce and both Leonardo and Al Khelaïfi have begun to get impatient. According to information from 'Le Parisien', the current Ligue 1 champion could release his star in the summer for a price ranging between € 120 and € 150 million. A lower price, almost of 'balance', than the one that PSG was considering a few weeks ago.

What is clear for PSG is that Mbappé will not leave Paris for free. With a one-year contract in force and after having signed him for 180 million in 2017, the losses could be catastrophic for the team that Pochettino directs. PSG was one of the teams that accumulated the most losses in the pandemic, amounting to 300 million, so it has to make cash yes or yes in case the negotiations for the renewal of Bondy do not advance.

As Leonardo assured in February, PSG "will make the decisions it has to make regarding Mbappé." The sporting director has indirectly tried to deliver several ultimatums to the former Monaco player and none received a response. Therefore, if it does not renew, the Parisians are prepared to sell their star during the next market.

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