Kylian Mbappe's intention to stay at PSG angers Emir of Qatar and … – Khel Now

Aditya ChauhanAditya Chauhan
Kylian Mbappe’s saga has angered the higher authority at the club. According to reports from La Parisien, it is being claimed that Kylian Mbappe’s intention to stay at PSG has angered the Emir of Qatar and Nasser Al-Khelaifi.
Last month Kylian Mbappe announced that he wants to leave the French club once his contract expires in 2024. This shocked the world and the club as they already had plans to build a team around their star striker.
The French striker also rejected a move to Real Madrid and signed a contract with PSG.
In the contract, Kylian Mbappe would receive a huge loyalty bonus once his contract ends. However, his intention to leave the club has worried the PSG owners.
They fear that their star striker might leave the club for free next summer. It is also being reported that Real Madrid will pay a bonus amount to Mbappe if they manage to sign him for free.
With the fear of losing him for free, the French club is planning to sell Mbappe this summer. Real Madrid are the favourites to sign him but they haven’t made a move yet. Instead, they plan to sign Mbappe next summer for free.
There are also reports from La Parisien that the club is planning to force him out and ruin his life. There is less evidence for this news.
One thing is for sure PSG won’t let Mbappe go for free in the summer. His transfer saga has created a lot of upset in the club. Recently, his interview with France Football last month angered his teammates as well. They sent a letter to Nasser Al-Khelaifi and were unhappy with Mbappe’s comments.
The situation of the 24-year-old at PSG is not good at the moment. The club is looking to sell him and he intends to stay.
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