Differences between Real Madrid CF and Paris Saint-Germain FC are growing over the story of the transfer of French forward Kylian Mbappe. PSG Sporting Director Leonardo has been very sincere about his allegations against the Spanish giants, and is now calling for some kind of “punishment” for the club’s actions.
Leonardo has stated on several occasions that PSG has no intention of leaving Mbabane. This is despite the fact that the player himself has refused to sign an extension with PSG. Mbappe also told the Paris team that he wanted to go this summer, but PSG refused to accept any offer from Los Blancos.
The final bid reportedly reached 200 200 million, but PSG chose to ignore it in hopes of persuading Mbabane to extend his contract before the winter transfer window.
“Our idea is to extend Kylian Mbappe’s contract. Nothing has changed in our plans. Kylian is a jewel, he is perfect for PSG,” Leonardo said in an interview with Festo dello Sport. Brand “Then we’ll have Killian, Leo. [Messi], نی۔ We never planned the future of PSG without MBPP.
However, for the project to become a reality, Mbappe will have to agree to sign an extension. With Real Madrid in the background, Leonardo understands that the player is being influenced to make a different decision.
“He denies it to Madrid, but I think Real Madrid are working to buy Mbabane. [as a free agent] for a long time. He has been speaking publicly about MBAP for two years. He should be punished, “he said.
Last week, Leonardo also complained that Real Madrid forward Karim Benzema told the press that he was determined to find a way to his French international partner Santiago Bernabeu. The comments came as Real Madrid president Florentino Perez said news of Mbabane would come in January, although he clarified the news of any transfer was expected in the winter.
Leonardo called the comments insulting. “The coach, the board, the Real Madrid players talked about Killian. I think that’s part of their plan. It’s not respectable.”
Mbappe, meanwhile, is unhappy with the way PSG has handled the whole story, saying he felt intimidated when President Nasir al-Khalifa said he would never go for a free transfer.