Mbappe is forced to find a new agent ahead of a potential move to Real Madrid in 2024


By the end of this season, Kylian Mbappe will have to make a big decision about his future. His contract with Paris Saint-Germain expires at the end of the season, and with Real Madrid in the doldrums, he must decide on his next career move.

He had to do one in 2022, when he ultimately turned down Real Madrid in favor of extending his stay at PSG. However, things will be different for the 24-year-old this time, as he will no longer be able to rely on a familiar face.


Mbappe’s mother, Fayza Lamari, has been his agent since the moment he entered football, but as reported by Marca newspaper, this will no longer be the case.

Lamar does not have the necessary license to be a football agent following new legislation passed by FIFA, meaning Mbappe must seek a new representative.

She can become a registered agent again, but not earlier than May next year. That means Mbappe must dictate his future by then, or find a new representative. Based on the decision he has about his future, these developments are far from ideal.

It remains to be seen whether these changes have a significant effect on Mbappe’s future. It looks increasingly likely that he will join Real Madrid next summer, but a change of agency could cause a change.