Latest Kylian Mbappe transfer: PSG outrage, Arsenal warning, secret deal, Real Madrid twist

Paris Saint-Germain star Kylian Mbappe has dominated the headlines during the first few weeks of the summer transfer window after sparking speculation about his future. The 24-year-old is now in the final 12 months of his contract at the Parc des Princes, leading to plenty of links with an exit.

Mbappe has informed PSG that he will not exercise his option to extend his current deal by a year – meaning he can leave the club for free next summer. PSG are desperate not to lose the France international on a free transfer next year and have made a clear stance on his future: be sold or sign a new contract.

Real Madrid have emerged as the most likely destination for the prolific forward, although it is currently unclear whether the Spanish giants can afford to sanction a move. Premier League sides Chelsea and Arsenal have also been mentioned as potential alternatives have gathered all the latest speculation about Mbappe’s future below.

Mbappe behavior slammed

Former PSG sporting director Leonardo has criticized Kylian Mbappe’s behavior in an interview with The team. He told the French publication: “For the sake of PSG, I think the time has come for Mbappe to go, no matter what. Paris-Saint-Germain existed before Kylian Mbappe and it will exist after him. He has been in Paris for six years, and during those six seasons five different clubs have won the Champions League (Real Madrid in 2018 and 2022, Liverpool in 2019, Bayern Munich in 2020, Chelsea in 2021 and Manchester City in 2023), none of which had Mbappe in their That means it’s entirely possible to win this competition without him.”

“With his behavior over the last two years, Mbappe shows that he is not yet a player who is really able to guide a team. He is a great player, not a leader. He is a great goalscorer, not a creative . It’s hard to build a team around him.”

Arsenal warning sent by the Gunners icon

Former Arsenal striker Alan Smith has warned his old club of the dangers of potentially destroying their wage structure to sign Kylian Mbappe. Smith told Gambling zone: “I would think the chances of Mbappe joining Arsenal are extremely unlikely.

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