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PSG, Real Madrid: New Bombshell on Possible Mbappé Extension

A new bombshell has been dropped on the possibility of Kylian Mbappé extending his contract with PSG.

Tonight, Paris Saint-Germain will play their future in the UEFA Champions League on the pitch of Borussia Dortmund. While this currently occupies the minds of all Paris leaders, there is no doubt that the future of Kylian Mbappé will soon return to the center of concerns, as he will have the opportunity in a few days (January 1) to sign with the club of his choice. While Real Madrid, despite the many contradictory rumors, is still in the running, a new bombshell has been dropped.

Is Mbappé ready to listen to Al-Khelaïfi?

Indeed, according to Juanfe Sanz, the 2018 World Champion would not be totally closed to the idea of extending his contract with PSG since he would be ready to listen to the offer that Nasser Al-Khelaïfi will transmit to him. A proposal that should be formulated once this clash against Borussia Dortmund is passed. Cold this summer with the highlight of the exclusion of the native of Bondy from the professional group, the two men would have therefore definitively buried the hatchet. Enough to promise a new twist for Mbappé’s future? The future will tell!

What does this mean for Mbappé’s future?

It is still too early to say for sure what this latest development means for Mbappé’s future. However, it is clear that it has the potential to shake things up.

If Mbappé is indeed willing to listen to PSG’s offer, it could be a sign that he is not completely sold on joining Real Madrid. It could also be a negotiating tactic, as Mbappé could use the possibility of a PSG extension to get a better offer from Real Madrid.

Only time will tell what Mbappé decides to do. But one thing is for sure, this is a story that will continue to be closely followed in the coming months.

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