It’s been a transfer window full of surprises, and Paris Saint-German could be set to carry on this trend.
PSG have been heavily linked with a move for Kylian Mbappé over the course of the transfer window.
The France international has joined Monaco in August 2013. The 18-year-old has a valid contract with Monaco until June 2019.
Kylian Mbappé made 60 appearances across all competitions for Monaco, scoring 27 goals and supplying 16 assists in return.
The 18-year-old is considered to be one of the best strikers in France.
The France international has been in outstanding form for Monaco last season.
Kylian Mbappé has represented France at Under-17, Under-19 and Under-20 level, winning 13 caps and scoring 7 goals, before making his senior international debut in March 2017. As a member of France national football team, Kylian Mbappé has won 4 caps.
The 18-year-old is high in demand this summer, with him having enjoyed a sublime season for Monaco last term.
Unai Emery wants to sign a new striker this summer and Kylian Mbappé is at the top of his wishlist.
Unai Emery has always been a manager who keeps his eyes on the most talented young players across the globe.
The France international is thought to perfectly fit the profile of attacking player Unai Emery wants to target in the summer transfer window.
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Paris Saint-German manager Unai Emery wants to continue to strengthening his squad so they’re able to compete both domestically and in the Champions League next season.
According to the report in French Media, PSG will initially bring in Mbappe on a season-long loan with the obligation to buy him for 180 million euros next summer. Regarding to the same report Paris Saint-German will only sign Kylian Mbappé once they are satisfied that the transfer move fully complies with UEFA’s Financial Fair Play requirements.
To make a 180 million euros profit on the 18-year-old, without question, will be fantastic for Monaco and is a good deal all round.
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