FOOTBALL – PSG Mercato: Kylian Mbappe names his successor at Paris SG!
Aware that he could leave freely next summer, Kylian Mbappe would like PSG to find a striker capable of succeeding him.
Kylian Mbappe announces his successor at PSG
At the end of his contract, Kylian Mbappe has not yet extended with Paris Saint-Germain and could therefore leave next summer. But the French striker does not want to leave the capital club without having settled the question of his succession. And while several names have been associated with PSG for months, the former center forward of AS Monaco would have indicated to the PSG management the name of the one he sees as his possible replacement in case of departure at the end of the season. Indeed, according to information from the media OK Diario, the 2018 World Champion would have advised Leonardo to position himself on Ousmane Dembele for his succession.
“He advised the PSG leaders, when he will arrive at Real Madrid, to bring a player from Barcelona. This player is French like him, and his name is Dembele,” explained journalist Eduardo Inda. Free on June 30, the 24-year-old French international has not yet renewed his contract with the Blaugrana. Paris SG could therefore get him for free in six months. Especially since in Barcelona, things now seem clear for the future of the former winger of Stade Rennais.
PSG Mercato : Ousmane Dembele, total divorce with Barça?
This Sunday, the journalist Gerard Romero reveals that the adventure between Ousmane Dembele and Barcelona is coming to an end. In negotiations with the Barcelona leaders for an extension, the former attacking midfielder of Borussia Dortmund would have made clear to Joan Laporta that he does not intend to continue in Catalonia at the end of his commitment to the conditions proposed by his management.
Arrived in 2017 against a check of 135 million euros, Dembele would like to finish the season before joining the club of his choice. Paris Saint-Germain could therefore have a nice opening in this case. Even if several English, German and Italian clubs are also on this blow.
To be continued…