Paris Saint Germain will not throw in the towel with Kylian Mbappé and he believes he has arguments to convince the forward to sign his renewal with the Parisian team.
And in less than a month, as will happen in 2021, the player will be free of negotiate with the team he wants whenever his contract expires in June 2024.
PSG wants him to continue despite all the ups and downs that have occurred in his relationship and that is why its renovation is being worked on in a subtle way. There is no rush and the conversations are will resume in the first quarter of next year.
President Al Khelaïfi has two tricks up his sleeve with which he could persuade Mbappe to sign a renewal agreement: the Olympic Games and the fact of being able become the top scorer in history, therefore the best player, in Ligue 1, one of the few records that remain to beat.
Already in 2021, Qatar He offered him a contract never seen before in European football, with the aim of him attending the 2022 World Cup as a PSG player. Now there is no World Cup but on the horizon are the Games, which are held in Paris, a few kilometers from his birthplace, Bondy.
Mbappe wants to get the gold for France, so PSG is aware that it could use this asset to not put any impediment to him leaving as a dropout from the French team (they will only be able to go selected three under 23 players, as long as the clubs, as it is not a FIFA date, agree to give up their players).
The Champions League, again a key factor
Besides Mbappe This Sunday he placed himself among the top ten scorers in the French championship for the first time, with 179 goals and at only 24 years old, he could become the all-time top scorer in Ligue 1, a record held by the Argentine. Delio Onniswho scored 299 goals. Mbappe I would need a minimum of five more seasons in France to overcome it.
The renewal of Mbappe It will be decided starting next year. But the elimination in the Champions League could give a turn to events, since one of the reasons why he renewed in 2021 was to be given a team of yes to go far in Europe.