World Cup 2022 star's demarche: world soccer prepares for record transfer in history
French "Paris Saint-Germain" has agreed to sell striker Kylian Mbappe to Saudi Arabian "Al-Hilal" for a fantastic 300 million euros. At the same time, the management of the club from Paris still need to persuade the 24-year-old top scorer of the World Cup-2022, who does not want to extend his contract with PSG.
This is informed by the authoritative British media corporation Sky Sports. According to them, Mbappe was put up for transfer because of his unwillingness to re-sign with the Parisians agreement, which is valid until the summer of next year. The PSG management gave the player an ultimatum: either he extends his contract, or he will not play a single match for the team.
Al-Hilal, Barcelona and even Chelsea have decided to take advantage of this situation. In this case, the club from Saudi Arabia came out with a specific offer of 300 million euros, which fully satisfies PSG.
If the transfer is realized, Mbappe will become the most expensive player in the history of soccer, breaking the record of Brazilian Neymar, for whom the same Parisian club paid Barcelona 222 million euros. At the same time, Kylian himself wants to move to Real Madrid next year as a free agent.
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