L’Équipe report that there is no chance that PSG attacker Kylian Mbappé will leave the capital club this summer.
The 21-year-old is under contract until June 2022, and the French international’s immediate future has been decided by the owner of the club, the Emir of Qatar, according to a source with intimate knowledge of the goings on in Doha:
“Come wind, snow or rain, Mbappé will stay, that is the Emir’s desire.”
It is well-known that the number of clubs who would be able to sign the Frenchman is tiny – amongst them, Real Madrid would have the financial means to take a look at a possible deal, after having come very close to signing Mbappé from AS Monaco. But even if Los Blancos make an offer, PSG won’t even look at it, according to sources inside the club.
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