Paris Saint-Germain are planning to offer Kylian Mbappe a mammoth renewal offer to waive off Real Madrid’s interest.
Paris Saint-Germain have been the most active club in the transfer window so far. Les Parisiens have officially signed Achraf Hakimi, Gianluigi Donarruma, Georginio Wijnaldum and Sergio Ramos so far. They have also extended terms with Neymar until 2025 and it looks like they’ve built a successful sporting project.
Now, their main focus is the renewal of Kylian Mbappe. The 22-year-old has been linked with Real Madrid all summer and has even asked PSG to let him leave to complete his dream move to the Spanish capital, as per AS. His contract runs out in 2022 and the player has not shown much interest in renewing terms amid the interest shown from Los Blancos.
Paris Saint-Germain are hoping that they can extend terms with Mbappe and are preparing a mega renewal offer for the winger, according to Marca. Nasser Al-Khelaifi wants to make the 22-year-old the highest-paid player at the club alongside Neymar while also building an impressive sporting project that has the potential to win the UEFA Champions League.
Money does not seem to be the deciding factor in Mbappe’s camp, as they are leaning more towards a successful sporting project rather than financial incentives. PSG in recent years have improved in Europe’s elite competition, reaching the final in the 2019/20 campaign and the semi-final last season.
However, Les Parisiens were lacking quality in certain areas in the squad such as the defence and midfield but after the recent signings of Hakimi, Ramos and Wijnaldum, PSG look like serial winners and possible favourites for the European Cup.
Kylian Mbappe’s priority is to win the Champions League and if he can do it at the Parc des Princes then the need for a switch to Real Madrid becomes a lower priority. The French international has won all the domestic trophies in France and the only missing accolade in his cabinet is the UCL winner’s medal.
However, Paris Saint-Germain must rethink their options before offering such an offer to the 22-year-old as they might breach Ligue 1’s wage cap limit, especially after signing heavyweights like Achraf Hakimi and Sergio Ramos.