French football federation president Noel Le Graat has worried that Kylian Mbappe will stay at Paris Saint-Germain and does not believe La Liga will be the northern league. Than them,
the 23-year-old is out of contract with “PSG” this summer. And there is no progress in negotiating new contracts. It is believed that his absolute aim is dream team Real Madrid, who made an offer of up to 220 million euros for him last summer.
However, the president of the French Football Federation “I would like Kylian Mbappe to stay at Paris,” Le Grat told ufabet.
Mbappe’s current contract at Parc des Princes is due to expire on June 30, and GOAL has reported that Madrid are confident of snapping him up on a free transfer.
PSG have not yet given up on tying the World Cup winner down to fresh terms, though, and Le Graet thinks he is more likely to go on to fulfil his immense potential if he remains in the French capital.
For French football It’s always better to have one of the best players in the world in the league. He had a better chance of winning the Ballon d’Or at PSG than he would leave.”
“When you move, you always have to adapt to the new environment, even if PSG are going through a difficult period, they are still a great club.”
“Is the Spanish league better than us? I don’t believe that at all. It will be his personal decision. But I, as the president of the French Football Federation I want him to stay in France.”