PSG won't allow Kylian Mbappe to train with first-team squad anymore


Despite PSG's squad returning from their pre-season tour of Japan and South Korea, Kylian Mbappe will not be rejoining regular training this week, according to The Athletic.

The 24-year-old was made available for sale by PSG in July and was excluded from the tour and not included in the first-team squad playing friendlies in Asia, resulting in separate training sessions away from his teammates in Paris.

Now that PSG has returned to Paris and is resuming training at Poissy, Mbappe will continue to train with a group of players known as the 'loft,' who are not considered part of the club's plans for the upcoming season and should be sold before the transfer window closes next September.

According to reports from The Athletic published in January, Real Madrid has maintained communication with Mbappe's entourage despite their initial attempt being unsuccessful.

Besides Real Madrid's interest, other clubs have also shown interest in the player of late.

Last month, The Athletic reported that Saudi Pro League club Al Hilal made a staggering €300m offer for Mbappe, although the Frenchman seems not to be interested in playing in a country outside of Europe

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