Football insider Fabrizio Romano revealed in a newsletter published on Saturday, July 8, that PSG has given Kylian Mbappe a 7-14 day period to make a final decision about his future.
After weeks of internal fighting and tensions between PSG and Mbappe, and following a letter sent by the former and answered back by the club of late, this saga might be getting close to an end.
If Romano's sources are right, then we'll know everything we need about the future of Mbappe in Paris or away from the French capital in a span of "seven to 14 days."
That's the time PSG will give Mbappe, who has already been informed along with his mother (and agent), to make a final decision about whether or not he wants to extend his current contract past the summer of 2024 or, if he doesn't want to, open the door for him to leave through the remainder of the transfer window.
Following the press conference that served the purpose of introducing new PSG coach Luis Enrique, president Nasser Al-Khelaifi made very clear that Mbappe must extend his contract at PSG now or else he'll be sold this summer.
Romano revealed that "PSG still haven’t decided how much the player is worth in terms of potential asking price," although they have started to work on set a proper valuation for him in the event of offers arriving at their HQ in the next few weeks.
The message from Al-Khelaifi, according to Romano, is that "Mbappe has to decide within 7–14 days." The insider added that if he says no to the contract extension in that timespan, then PSG will clarify how much they want to sell him for this summer.
While PSG have that idea in mind, it's unclear whether they'll find any suitor in the current transfer market with enough financial power to pull off the signing of Mbappe.
Real Madrid are keeping quiet but according to Romano, they are "still really interested" in the Frenchman.