Instead of selling Kylian Mbappe to Real Madrid this summer, Paris Saint-Germain would rather abandon him on a free contract in 2022.
Before Mbappe’s value was estimated to have been around €200 m (£173.9 m) which has now dropped down to €35 m (£30.4 m) as a consequence of the crisis, which results in the clubs to reconsider their transfer activity over the next few windows.
There is no chance that Madrid will snap the 21-year-old on the cheap as PSG neglect in. Given the financial consequences of the coronavirus pandemic. Madrid continues to be associated with the prolific French player.
Until the coronavirus shutdown last month, Mbappe scored 29 goals in 32 games in all competitions this season.
Having seen its stock continue to grow since its arrival from Monaco in 2017 at £166 m, it is believed that the French giants have no intention of selling their valuable assets unless a significant bid is made.