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PSG president responds to Kylian Mbappe’s exit rumours: “I want him to stay”

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Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi has finally responded to the Kylian Mabppe exit rumours, saying that he wants the French superstar to continue with the capital club, adding that he is a key part of the project.

Over the past couple of days, a lot has been said about Mbappe’s future, including the fact that the forward has an agreement in place with Real Madrid over a free transfer in the summer.

As it turns out, it took an official word from his representatives to deny the claim, saying that no type of influence or deadline can affect their client’s decision.

“There is no agreement about Kylian’s future, especially as there are no discussions underway about it. No type of influence could dictate the timing of Kylian’s discussions, reflections or decisions,” said the forward’s entourage.

PSG in a difficult situation

It’s no secret that PSG are in a very difficult situation with regards to Mbappe. The World Cup winner ends his ongoing deal at the end of the season and it seems he has no interest in renewing his contract.

Kylian Mbappe is wanted by Real Madrid. (Photo by FRANCK FIFE/AFP via Getty Images)

As for Real Madrid, they continue to monitor his situation closely and while a free transfer in the summer looks like a tempting deal, they want him to commit much earlier, something that the forward is not willing to do.

Now, reacting to the entire scenario, Nasser Al-Khelaifi has finally decided to break his silence, saying that he wants his star forward to stay in the French capital.

“I want Kylian Mbappe to stay at PSG. He’s the best player in the world and the best club for him is PSG,” said the club president as quoted by Fabrizio Romano.

“He’s key for our project,” he added.

As of today, Real Madrid have not made any offer for Mbappe and as reported before, their mind seems to be dwindling mostly because they are also tempted by the prospect of signing Erling Haaland from Manchester City.

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Real Madrid captain drops future hint – ‘Sometimes circumstances aren’t right to be a one-club man’

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Real Madrid are just days away from their highly anticipated Champions League final showdown against Borussia Dortmund.

Once the final has been played, planning for the summer transfer window will be in full swing, with the topic of arrivals and departures likely to be discussed.

One of the players facing an uncertain future is Nacho Fernandez. The Real Madrid captain has yet to disclose his future ambitions, despite nearing the end of his contract.

Nacho opens up about future

While he previously claimed that he had already made his decision, a shift in tone can be observed now, with Nacho asserting that he will soon sit with the club and his family to evaluate the best course of action

For now, the 34-year-old remains focused on the Champions League final and does not wish to draw any unnecessary attention.

“Future? The focus is on the final now. After that, I will sit with the club, Ancelotti and my family and I’ll decide what’s the best thing for me,” he told El Chiringuito.

On his way out? (Photo by Yasser Bakhsh/Getty Images)

Fernandez acknowledges the fans’ support

Additionally, the veteran centre-back claimed that he does need a grand farewell to know how much the Madrid faithful appreciate him.

“That love the fans have for Toni is the same they have for me. I don’t need a farewell to know the fans love me,” he reflected.

Nacho has devoted his entire career to Real Madrid, rising through the ranks from the youth academy and spending over two decades with the Merengues.

However, he has alluded to the possibility of perhaps donning the colours of a different jersey.

“Sometimes the circumstances are not right to be a ‘one club man’,” he cryptically claimed.

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