Paris Saint-Germain would be ready to release more than 250 million euros to keep Kylian Mbappé. A new contract of only… two years, though.
What if Kylian Mbappé received the biggest bonus of all time in football? When signing a new contract, players regularly receive significant rewards.
The lower the player’s purchase price, the higher his premium can be. In Paris, there is talk of sums between 30 and 50 million euros during the arrivals – free – of Lionel Messi and Sergio Ramos.
Kylian Mbappé, at the end of his contract in June and free to engage freely with another club, could, once again, blow up all the counters.
According to Spanish journalist Guillem Balague, speaking on the BBC and followed by a million people on Twitter, PSG is preparing a new XXL contract. On the antennas of the Cope, this journalist evokes a new signing bonus of 150 million euros for Kylian Mbappé during his contract renewal.
To this sum, already insane, 40 million annual salaries must be added, explains Guillem Balague during the program “El Partido de Cope.” All this for a new contract of only two years. PSG, therefore, reserves an envelope of about 250 million euros (we can easily imagine other bonuses) to keep Kylian Mbappé until 2024.
Such a contract would allow QSI to own the player during the upcoming World Cup in Qatar. A new lease should also ensure the French striker competes in the Olympic Games, in Paris, in 2024.
According to the Spanish journalist, these further sums advanced by PSG would be the famous “new elements” evoked by Kylian Mbappé at the end of last week. “No, I didn’t make up my mind. We take the time to make the best decision because I don’t want to be wrong,” assured the number 10 of the Blues this Sunday.