In response to recent speculations coming from the Spanish media suggesting Kylian Mbappe won't be offered a new contract by PSG, the French champions have denied all recent claims, affirming that the club is "protected" regarding the player's future.
Reports from the Madrid-based AS newspaper asserted that PSG had no plans to extend Mbappe's contract beyond June 2024, with the only offer being the activation of the contract's option for an additional year, securing him until June 2025.
PSG, citing financial constraints, supposedly aimed to build a short-term project around Mbappe starting this year.
However, PSG has now officially dismissed these claims, with the club spokesperson, Dani Gil Lopez, stating, "All options are on the table," and refuting the notion that a new contract is out of the question.
The club clarified that they are "protected" concerning Mbappe's future, emphasizing their financial commitments to the player and their willingness to keep him in tow.
The club's official response contradicts the earlier assertions made by PSG, indicating that negotiations are ongoing and the possibility of a contract extension or the activation of the additional year option remains open.
PSG aims to ensure Mbappe doesn't leave without contributing financially to the team, whether that's via sale next January or further down the road if he extends his deal to stay in Paris for more seasons.