Kylian Mbappé does not want to renew contract with him Paris Saint Germain and has made it clear many times. By more than Nasser Al-Khelaifi and the Qatari sheiks put the Eiffel Tower in his name, the French striker will not change his position. The Bondy-born is convinced to pursue his career at another club. However, for Leonardo, sports director of the PSG, nothing is said. The Brazilian does not believe that ‘Kiki’ will leave the team at the end of the season, when his contract ends.

In the preview of PSG vs. Witches, within the framework of Parisians debut in the Champions League, the leader of ‘Les Parisiens’ has shown confidence in the continuity of Mbappé, while reiterating his criticism of the Real Madrid for the offense to sign him last month.

“Mbappé represents the difference between the superficial and the deep. I don’t see Kylian leaving at the end of the season. Kylian’s relationship with PSG is deep. I don’t see anything else. No one here sees the future without him ”, Leonardo assured the Canal + chain.

The player, who for now has not wanted to renew his contract with the French club, which ends at the end of this season, was the subject of a tough battle at the end of the last transfer market, when Real Madrid made an offer of 160 million for incorporate you immediately.

Kylian Mbappé arrived at Monaco in 2017. (Photo: Getty Images)

Leonardo again criticized the attitude of the Spanish club and denied that Real Madrid made a second offer of 200 million euros, as indicated from the Spanish capital.

“We did not like the behavior of Madrid. To arrive in the last week of the transfer market, to start a negotiation for one of the best players in the world, … ”, said the athletic director.

He added that Madrid’s offer “it was not enough” because it was less than the 180 million they paid in 2017 to Monaco to take over the young French star and pointed out: “As for the last offer, it never came.”

Leonardo indicated that at no time did they consider letting Mbappé leave and that his continuity at PSG was “The only thing that could happen.”

The player, who will turn 24 in December, is completing his fifth season at PSG, the last of the contract he signed in 2017.

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