The golden period for Mbappe and PSG to activate the extension clause has passed. That is good news for teams that want to recruit the French superstar.
By the end of August 1 (Paris time), the contract extension activation clause between PSG and Kylian Mbappe will no longer be valid. This is very good news for Real Madrid, the team is still making a profit in this ink-consuming transfer.
Mbappe is determined not to renew with PSG
Going back to the summer of 2022, PSG then created a big shock when successfully convincing Mbappe to renew his contract. The number was originally announced to be until 2025, but it turned out to be a milestone that included auto-renewal.
Mbappe was too high-handed when he won the right to activate the extension clause on his side, and now has a decisive voice. On the contrary, despite having paid a lot of money, including kickbacks and bonuses, PSG had absolutely no say.
Moreover, if Mbappe is still on the staff of the Prince’s Park team until September 1, then PSG will lose another 80 million euros under the “loyalty clause”, according to the Mirror’s source.
Mbappe’s victory helps Real Madrid benefit. According to sources, the Spanish Royal team is in no hurry and has not sent an offer to PSG. President Florentino Perez wants to wait until next summer to welcome Mbappe for free, instead of having to spend 200 to 250 million euros at the request of PSG.
That opportunity comes from the confidence of Real Madrid. The Spanish team just wants to welcome Mbappe for free next year. Therefore, Chelsea need to make really crazy proposals to welcome the “Golden Boy” of French football to the English Premier League. This will be a golden moment, an opportunity never to return to the West London team.
Chelsea have an important opportunity to recruit Mbappe
Experts confirm that Chelsea is being “injected with money” from Saudi Arabia’s public investment fund. So, the crazy suggestions are completely grounded. Remember last season, Chelsea spent more than 600 million euros, becoming the team with the highest amount of transfer spending in history in a season.