3. Mbappe was right: this is not Kylian Saint-Germain
Or at least, not judging by whatever the hell he was trying to do (or not) on Saturday when he had another no-show type of game against Nice.
I already wrote about it last week when PSG lost their second home game in a row against Lyon.
The question Nasser Al-Khelaifi should ask himself is very simple: would you rather build a team around Mbappe (which so far has proved a constant and costly failure), or compensate for Mbappe's sale by bolstering all lines in the formation with the profit earned by both the fee paid by whoever (Real Madrid) buy him and the money saved in his massive wages?
If Mbappe is going to bitch about his role in the club, even though it's clearly a leading one, and with all of the staff working for him to raise his fame and elevate his figure, then it might be worth moving on from this egocentric man before it's too late and further damage is done.
Let alone, losing him for free in a handful of months, and the embarrasment that'd bring to the whole PSG operation.
If Kylian Mbappe doesn't want to build Kylian Saint-Germain, he might have missed the point of what Paris and the club really want. If he can't even grasp that, then it might be better to hit "Sell."