Kylian Mbappe’s current contract with PSG expires on June 30, 2022.
Paris Saint-Germain still want to do whatever they can to renew Kylian Mbappe’s contract, with his current contract expiring next summer, but the Frenchman does not seem to want to stay in France.
The Frenchman reportedly refused to extend his contract after the La Liga giants, Real Madrid, became interested in him.
According to Le Parisien, PSG offered Mbappe a net salary of 45 million euros per season to renew his contract, but the 22-year-old refused him.
At the same time, as L’Equipe points out, PSG has not yet surrendered and they will make a new offer just to have their star on the squad.
A new two-year deal
PSG’s second offer was one that would tie Mbappe to a two-year squad where he would earn a net €45 million per season – a salary that is higher at the club than that of Neymar and Lionel Messi.
As reported at the time, the first offer for renovation was worth 25 million euros per season, but it too was rejected by Mbappe.
Le Parisien predicts that PSG will return with an offer that would include bonuses for Mbappe, while it is noted that Mbappe may accept offers in January from elite clubs such as Manchester City and Chelsea.
The French newspaper emphasizes that Mbappe’s dream remains to play for a club like Real Madrid and predicts that these offers that will be made to him are not expected to change his mind.