The Spanish newspaper Marca reported that Paris Saint-Germain will not give up its French star, Kilian Mbappe, easily, noting that he will seek to keep him by following certain strategies during the next few months.
The newspaper quoted its own sources that the French giant will renew its efforts next October to persuade its young striker, 22, to sign a two-year contract, knowing that Mbappe will be able to sign for any other club after the expiration of his contract with Paris Saint-Germain at the beginning of next January. He will join his new team at the end of the current season.
The newspaper Marca says that the Paris administration decided to offer a short-term contract after it failed to push Mbappe to agree to renew his contract for another five seasons.
Paris Saint-Germain hopes that the Brazilian star, Neymar, will contribute to persuading Mbappe to remain by virtue of the close friendship that has brought them together for several years, in the hope that they will form a deadly attacking trio accompanied by the Argentine legend, Lionel Messi, who came to the capital of lights this season from Barcelona.
According to the Spanish newspaper, the French President, Emmanuel Macron, who encourages the capital club, maybe a pressure factor on Mbappe to stay in Paris, as the “Elysée Governor” has already communicated with Mbappe in a personal capacity, and therefore this communication may be repeated again, especially since Macron has already He stated that Mbappe’s survival is necessary as he constitutes a shining example for young people.
One of the factors that the blue club will rely on to change the thinking of the former Monaco striker, is the support of the large fans, although they booed Mbappe in the opening match of Paris Saint-Germain in the French League, but Mbappe may change his opinion about leaving if he finds strong support. from the masses.
One option PSG has is the ability to provide invaluable support for Mbappe’s charitable initiatives, as the latter remains committed to helping the most disadvantaged children in Paris through his non-profit foundation, which he founded in 2019.
The Paris club had previously helped its star Neymar establish his own schools in Brazil, and the club’s president, Nasser Al-Khelaifi, traveled to Brazil with Neymar and his father to visit those schools.