As Kylian Mbappe's contract with PSG approaches its conclusion in June 2024, the French superstar is yet to decide between extending his contract with the Parisian club or opting for a free transfer to Real Madrid.
PSG is actively engaging with Mbappe's camp in order to try and reach an extension, while Real Madrid appears to downplay their pursuit of the French international even though nobody believe they won't jump at the chance of landing him.
Despite ongoing discussions between PSG and Mbappe's entourage, the forward's intentions remain unclear and ever-changing. PSG is keen on securing a contract extension, while Real Madrid, seemingly uninterested, suggests they are not banking on acquiring the French star.
According to reports from Marca, however, Real Madrid is shifting its focus away from the French striker in order to focus on developing the talents of Vinicius and Bellingham as the club "views them as key players for the future," diminishing the urgency to pursue Mbappe at any cost.
The Spanish publication also claims Mbappe may "regret his 2022 contract extension," as things haven't unfolded as anticipated, mainly losing the UCL once again last season.