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Kylian Mbappe ‘demands get-out clause in new £650k-a-week PSG contract’ amid Liverpool and Real Madrid transfer links


Feb 23, 2021

KYLIAN MBAPPE has insisted he wants a get-out clause in his new Paris Saint-Germain contract before he commits his future to the club.

The 23-year-old superstar’s current deal takes him up to the summer of 2022.

Mbappe's current contract expires at PSG next summer


Mbappe’s current contract expires at PSG next summerCredit: AFP or licensors

And the French champions are keen to ensure he remains in Paris beyond the end of next season amid interest from European giants such as Liverpool and Real Madrid.

But according to Foot Mercato, Mbappe is demanding his contract contains a clause which would enable him to leave the club before its expiration date.

Mbappe’s stock rose once more last week when he scored a sensational hat-trick at the Nou Camp to hand PSG a 4-1 victory over Barcelona in the first leg of their Champions League last 16 tie.

The World Cup winner has netted 21 goals in 30 appearances for PSG so far this season.

And since joining from Monaco in 2017 – initially on loan – he has racked up 90 goals in just 110 games for the club.

Meanwhile, Liverpool are looking to bolster their attacking options as they continue to struggle in the Premier League.

Jurgen Klopp’s side have scored just two goals in their last four league games, slipping to sixth in their race for a Champions League spot.


And Real Madrid are also said to be keeping tabs on Mbappe as they eye the Frenchman as a possible heir to his fellow countryman Karim Benzema.

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Mbappe has won the league in every season with PSG since joining the club.

He also came within touching distance of Champions League glory in the 2019-20 campaign, but narrowly missed out as his side were beaten 1-0 by Bayern Munich in the final.

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