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PSG on course to extend Mbappe’s contract

Sat 05 December 2020 | 23:33

Paris Saint-Germain are in talks with France international Kylian Mbappe over a contract extension as he is heavily linked with a move to Real Madrid.

PSG

sporting director Leonardo says that the club has opened talks and is making progress to keep

Mbappe

at Parc des Princes for more years.

The France international is currently under contract until 2022, and the club is eager to extend his contract as he is routinely touted as a target for Real Madrid.

"We're talking. We want to discuss, and he also wants to discuss. Now is also the time to come to a clearer idea of his future," Leonardo told Canal+ on Saturday.

"It is going well. We have taken steps forward compared to 10, 15 days ago and we will continue." 

The French forward hasn’t scored in his past three matches for the club and he is also goal-shy in the Champions League.

Ramon Calderon, Real Madrid's former president, has recently advised his former club to sign Mbappe next summer.

"Without a doubt, Mbappe is the player most desired by all and it would be great news for our team," Calderon told Goal.

"He is a player who, being very young, has already managed to attract the attention of all the fans and presumably his best moment is yet to come.

"What the big clubs always need is to have the best players in their primes, regardless of their age."


source: SportMob