Man United, Tottenham Hotspur, and Liverpool are all contenders for Kylian Mbappe’s future club.
Kylian Mbappe, the French wonderkid, is rumored to be on his way out of Paris Saint-Germain this season.
Kylian Mbappe’s contract problem with Paris Saint-Germain has yet to be resolved, and with the Frenchman’s deal expiring in less than a year, it’s possible that he’ll leave the club on a free transfer.
Mbappe joined PSG in 2017 in a deal worth up to £153 million (€180 million) from national rivals AS Monaco, and has since flourished in the French city.
Mbappe has established himself as one of PSG’s important players, especially with Neymar’s persistent ailments, scoring 133 goals in just 174 games by the age of 22 – a feat only Erling Haaland comes close to in terms of young players dominating on the continent.
However, rumors of discontent at the Parc des Princes have suggested that Mbappe’s future is uncertain, with the striker hesitating to sign a new contract when his current one expires in June 2022.
Real Madrid have been heavily connected with the pacy striker this summer, and whispers believe he might be the man to fill Cristiano Ronaldo’s superstar hole, as Eden Hazard has failed to impress since joining the club for £90 million in 2019.
Nonetheless, according to RMC, an undisclosed Premier League club has entered the battle to sign Mbappe. According to the rumor, PSG is considering selling Mbappe, thus Express Sport looks at four English options for the Frenchman’s future.
Liverpool, the most apparent pick of the lot, is a team that has been associated with Mbappe year after year.
With minimal attacking depth in the squad (just four senior attackers for a three-man attack), Mbappe may step in to fill the striking role, with Diogo Jota functioning as a winger’s backup and Roberto Firmino acting as Mbappe’s backup.
However, it is unclear whether Liverpool would be able to pay Mbappe, and Jota and Firmino are unlikely to be happy to sit on the bench.
If rumours are to be believed, City is a far more realistic goal than Liverpool.
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