Kylian Mbappe 'set to leave PSG for FREE next summer sparking transfer battle between Man Utd, Chelsea and Real Madrid'
KYLIAN MBAPPE is likely to leave Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer at the end of next season, according to reports.
The French champions are desperate to renew the 22-year-old's contract, which is currently set to expire in June 2022.
It has previously been suggested that should they fail to reach an agreement, Mbappe could be sold this summer so as to at least get some return back on a player they spent around £156million on back in 2017.
But according to Spanish paper Sport, Mbappe will NOT leave the French capital this summer – irrespective of whether he pens a new deal.
They claim that he still feels that he has unfinished business at Parc des Princes.
Boss Mauricio Pochettino is confident that Mbappe will commit to Paris beyond 2022, having recently told Cadena Ser: "I believe the club is working on it.
"They are obviously making an effort to renew the contracts of the players they believe are important not just for the present but for the future."
But Sport believe that Mbappe is more likely to opt for pastures new, with the Premier League or LaLiga on his horizon.
This opens the door to the likes of Chelsea, Manchester United, Liverpooland particularly Real Madrid.
Mbappe's childhood love of Madrid is no secret, and neither is his relationship with their manager Zinedine Zidane.
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But even if under-pressure Zidane was to depart Santiago Bernabeu, Mbappe would still be interested in a move to the Spanish capital.
Fellow superstar Neymar is also out of contract at PSG next summer.
But the Brazilian has indicated that he would like to stay.
He told RMC Sport in December: "I am very happy here in Paris. I am very happy at the club, with my team-mates.
"The idea of leaving does not occur to me. We have to discuss [my contract]. We have a very good relationship, I am very happy and we'll see what happens in the future."
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