The French club maintains its position: the player with the decision to remain free for next year, does not want to be part of Enrique’s new project
The PSG resumes training this afternoon under the guidance of Luis Enrique in the new Ciudad Deportiva de Poissy. He will do it again without Kylian Mbappé, who trained with the rest of the transferables this morning, in group B of the Parisian squad. Everything would therefore suggest that he will not be on the coaching list for his Ligue 1 debut next Saturday at the Parc des Princes against Lorient. The French club maintains the position that its star is not in the project because it believes that the player, with his firm decision to remain free for next yeardespite having stated otherwise in various interviews and, according to Qatar, also in multiple conversations that have taken place during this year, he no longer wants to be part of Luis Enrique’s new project.
So stay increasingly likely that the attacker will remain out of the squad, given that the club maintains that the decision is firm and that it won’t change because the scenario hasn’t changeddespite the various solutions that have been proposed to the group representing Mbappé in recent weeks, including the last one which provided for a ‘guaranteed transfer’ clause for the end of this season but which, according to the club, the player and the his entourage would have refused.
PSG have made it clear once again that Mbappé’s firm position is incomprehensible because it not only paralyzes the club’s project but also strengthens a direct rival (in Qatar they are convinced that the player already has an agreement with Real Madrid by June 2024). In fact, there is unease in the club about it and the possibility of filing a formal complaint with Fifa is being considered. In Paris they recall that publicly Mbappe has always promised never to leave the club for free or damage the club. While the case remains unsolved, PSG continues to move and a lot in the transfer market, with the arrival now almost complete for the 22-year-old Benfica striker Gonçalo Ramos for 80 million euros, but it won’t be the last.