PSG sporting director remains 'optimistic' over Mbappe's future

PSG sporting director reveals there’s no update on Kylian Mbappe’s future as he points out striker still has a year left on his deal but says they remain ‘optimistic’ amid links to Real Madrid

  • Star striker Kylian Mbappe’s future at Paris Saint-Germain is still uncertain 
  • The French international is set to enter the final year of his contract this summer 
  • PSG director Leanardo is confident that Mbappe will stay amid Real Madrid links

Kylian Mbappe’s future at Paris Saint-Germain is still uncertain, according to the club’s sporting director Leonardo.

The French international is set to enter the final year of his contract this summer and no progress has been made regarding an extension to his stay at the Parc des Princes.

Despite not having the striker signed to a new deal and ongoing interest and links to Real Madrid, Leanardo remains confident that PSG can keep hold of their star man. 

Kylian Mbappe’s future at PSG is still uncertain, according to the club’s sporting director

The French international is set to enter the final year of his contract this summer

‘He still has a year of his contract, so it is not the end,’ he told Canal+, reported by Mundo Deportivo.

‘The moment to make a decision will come, but today it is not important.

‘We are optimistic and we have no reason not to be, because of what we have done.’

There were worrying signs for PSG fans, however, after Mbappe limped off the pitch with a leg injury during their 1-3 victory over Metz.

There were worrying signs for PSG fans after he limped off the pitch with a leg injury vs Metz

PSG’s sporting director also insisted that Mauricio Pochettino and his side are purely focused on a strong end to the season. 

They are currently leading the Ligue 1 title race but could lose their advantage if Lille win their game in hand. 

Pochettino also has on eye set on the Champions League, with PSG set for a semi-final tie with Manchester City and they are also in the final four of the French Cup.




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