The striker has been playing for the French powerhouses since 2017, when he first joined on loan from Monaco and went on to have a historic time at Parc des Princes.
With 275 games in all competitions, Mbappe has an incredible 227 goals and 99 assists. It goes without saying that PSG executives would prefer to keep Mbappe on for an extended period of time.
The 24-year-old, though, has declined to have his contract extended past the conclusion of the current campaign because he wants to take on a new challenge.
Mbappe was initially dismissed from the first squad as a result of that, but he was later brought back into the fold and has since scored 15 goals in as many games.
According to recent reports, Mbappe is willing to forfeit up to £70 million in bonuses in order to make sure that his summer transfer to a new team goes more smoothly than it may have a few months prior.
Real Madrid is still the overwhelming favourite to sign him in the end, although Bayern Munich and Liverpool are also rumoured to be interested.
However, Mbappe maintained that he was unprepared to go into detail about any developments that might or might not have occurred when questioned about any developments while on international duty.
“It’s something I don’t want to talk about, especially since I already did it in June and it took up a big part of the selection,” Mbappe stated in an interview with Telefoot.
“I want us to talk more about the national team, rather than me talking about something that will be resolved one day, so there will be time to talk about that.”
Mbappe contributed a spectacular goal from 50 yards out and three more assists to the historic 14-0 thumping of Gibraltar during the international break.
Beginning at the beginning of the year, Mbappe will be permitted to have talks with international teams. This will probably result in Real Madrid officials initiating formal talks with a player who is thought to be their top target for 2024.
According to a recent rumour, Mbappe wants to sign a contract that will pay him at least £30 million a year.