Paris Saint-Germain denies Mbappe’s request to leave
The Brazilian Luis Campos, the sporting director of the French club Paris Saint-Germain, denied the news published by the Spanish newspaper “Marca” today, Tuesday, according to the request of the French star Kylian Mbappe to leave the team.
“Mbappe never told me anything about him about leaving in January,” Paris Saint-Germain sporting director Louis Campos told Canal Plus. “I deny this information.”
He added: “He did not tell me his intention to leave in January, we are talking with him and very happy to be here, Mbappe never told me or told Nasser Al-Khelaifi that he wanted to leave Paris Saint-Germain in January.”
When asked, is Mbappe happy here? He commented, “You should ask him, it’s a serious question, I see him working like a top professional.”
On the future of Luis Campos, he commented: “It is not true that I am leaving Paris, I am very happy to be here, I am under contract for the next three years.”
He continued: “My mission is to bring important tournaments here in Paris Saint-Germain.”
And Spanish press reports revealed today, Tuesday, the deterioration of the relationship between Kylian Mbappe and the management of his club Paris Saint-Germain in recent weeks, and the newspaper “Marca” confirmed that the relationship between Mbappe and Saint-Germain had reached a dead end, and that Mbappe asked the Saint-Germain administration to leave next January.
And the Madridista newspaper indicated that Saint-Germain agreed to leave Mbappe in July, the summer transfer period, but on conditions, the most important of which is that the departure be for any club except Real Madrid.
While the Spanish newspaper AS published that Kylian Mbappe informed the management of Paris Saint-Germain of his desire to leave only two months after the renewal of the contract, and he admitted that he made a mistake in renewing and succumbing to the pressures he was exposed to!
Mbappe had renewed his contract with Saint-Germain last summer until 2025, with a salary of 250 million dollars over the three seasons that he signed as a player with Paris, which is equivalent to 83 million dollars per season, a huge increase from what he was getting with the French club with his previous contract before the renewal. .