Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has expressed confidence that the contract for Paris Saint-Germain striker Kylian Mbabane will expire in January.
“In January, we will receive news about the embassy. On January 1, we hope this issue will be resolved,” Perez told the new media outlet “El Depot” on Tuesday.
However, in an interview with Radio Monte Carlo a few hours later, Perez quickly clarified his statements, “My words (to El Depot) were misinterpreted. Is in the background.
Perez’s reports came after the Spanish capital paid Saint-Germain 180 million euros for Mbappe’s services over the summer, but the French club turned down the offer. Thus, the 22-year-old Mbappe will be able to negotiate with any club seeking his services from the start of 2022, as his contract with the French capital team expires on June 30.
Mbappe released press releases to radio Monte Carlo and the sports newspaper “L’Equipe” on Tuesday, confirming that he had informed his club that he wanted to leave early in the summer. “It was clear I was leaving my position. I told the club’s management early on that I should get a stipend for Saint-Germain to find a world – class replacement.”
However, Mbabane was unclear when he told L’Equi that he wanted to move to another club at the end of his contract. If I had said that Messi would play for Paris Saint-Germain I would not have believed it, so we have no idea what will happen. “
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