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PSG face Kylian Mbappe’s dilemma as critical summer approaches

Paris Saint-Germain might not be able to fund the summer moves of Lionel Messi or Sergio Ramos if they give Kylian Mbappe a new contract, which opens up the possibility for the French superstar to move on. Real Madrid are his most likely destination, but Liverpool are linked again.

Mbappe has entered the last 18 months of his current contract with PSG and one way or another his future will be decided this summer. The player himself has openly admitted that he is still weighing things up and has yet to make a decision on whether to commit or move on.

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Mbappe leaves his options open until the summer | Xavier Laine / Getty Images

“We are in discussion with the club to try to find a suitable project. I said I was thinking about it because I think… if I sign, it would have to be a long-term commitment for Paris Saint-Germain, ”Mbappe explained in a recent interview in France.

While stressing that he is “very happy” at PSG, he added: “I do not want to sign a contract and say a year later that I want to leave. If I sign, it’s to stay and it deserves the time to think about my decision.

PSG are reportedly close to signing a new contract with Neymar, who has said he wants Mbappe to stay with him at Parc des Princes. But, not for the first time, it has been said that the younger of the pair could be sacrificed for Messi and / or other superstars.

Brazilian journalist Marcelo Bechler, known for his exclusives on Neymar, told the Spanish radio show El Partizado de COPE: “A renewal for Mbappe would prevent a good signing for PSG this summer. Selling Mbappe is the fuel that PSG should try to sign Messi, Ramos… or both.

Real Madrid have a plan in place to land Mbappe this year, even though the coronavirus pandemic has seen their finances take a hard hit.

Los Blancos are hoping to raise between € 100m and € 150m in transfer budgets by selling a host of surplus players including Gareth Bale, Marcelo, Isco, Luka Jovic, Brahim Diaz and Dani Ceballos. Any additional funds needed would be financed by a loan.

Due to the removal of several higher earners from the payroll in the process and in the hope that next season will lead to an increase in income if fans can return to the Bernabeu, it is said that the expected take-home pay demands Mbappe’s € 21million per season would not. be a problem.

Even though Jurgen Klopp once said that Liverpool have “absolutely no chance” of signing Mbappe due to the probable numbers involved, the Reds are never far from the headlines whenever the player’s future is the subject of. speculation on transfers.

The Liverpool Echo fueled Mbappe’s final round of Anfield gossip by suggesting that Nike could play a role in any approach. Mbappe is closely linked with the NBA icon and fellow Nike LeBron James, having recently shared profile photos on Instagram. James is of course also a minor shareholder in Liverpool having bought a stake for £ 4.7million in 2011.

Nike has partnered with PSG in the past and brought the club’s brand beyond soccer and fashion, but the partnership with Liverpool that started in 2020 is already hugely lucrative.

If that could ever translate into Liverpool taking Mbappe at Anfield, only time will tell.

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