News continues to flow about Kylian Mbappe’s options this summer as Paris Saint-Germain continue to look to sell him.
Earlier on Monday, it was revealed that Al Hilal had made a €300m offer for the Frenchman, which PSG have accepted. The team from Saudi Arabia has permission to speak with the player, but the latter is not returning their calls.
According to Relevo, Mbappe would rather spend a year on the bench at Parc des Princes than spend a year in Saudi Arabia. This is despite a rumored €700 million being available in wages and trade deals for him.
However, the Frenchman, who is by all accounts set for a move to Real Madrid, has no intention of going to Tottenham Hotspur on loan, nor to Saudi Arabia for a year.
The report goes on to reveal that Mbappe believes these rumors and the details being revealed are in order to pile the pressure on him and paint him as a rebel player for PSG fans, as he would rather not play than help PSG bring in such a huge fee.
Increasingly, PSG’s moves to offload Mbappe or pressure him into their path of action are only looking more desperate.
Mbappe holds all the power and while PSG are looking for conflict rather than compromise, it doesn’t look like it will be fruitful.