Three promises to Kylian Mbappe to help persuade him to stay at Paris Saint-Germain

Kylian Mbappe appears to be staying at Paris Saint-Germain after a year of trying to keep him at the club, with three pledges apparently helped convince him this summer.

For much of the past year, Mbappe was expected to leave Paris Saint-Germain when his contract expires this summer, before moving to Real Madrid.

Even earlier in the week, it was thought that he was due to announce a move this weekend, but in recent days, people familiar with the matter have begun to change their minds.

On Saturday, it was reported that the Frenchman will now sign a new contract and stay at Parc des Princes for the foreseeable future. Even the transfer / faucet master of businessman Fabrizio Romano gave him his famous “We Begin”.

Although both clubs are said to have offered similar funding to the 23-year-old player, Paris Saint-Germain’s proposal to put Mbappe at the center of their sports program seems to help shake it off.

Three other reported commitments have also helped influence the striker’s decision, with Mbappe promising that Zidane Zidane will be the club’s manager, Ousmane Dembele, according to Spanish journalist Sergio Santos.

Zidane’s appointment as manager of the French capital is as inevitable as Mbappe’s move to the Bernabeu, no matter when.

He was linked to the post earlier this season, when it looked like United could try to land Mauricio Pochettino following Solskjaer’s dismissal.

The former Real Madrid boss has been unemployed since leaving the Bernabeu for the second time late last year and has been linked with the French national team after the World Cup.

His record of winning three Champions League titles in a row for Real Madrid certainly appeals to Paris Saint-Germain, who is desperate to make their mark in Europe.

Pochettino’s time at the club appears to be over, although he is only at the club and the Ligue 1 title may not be enough to keep him going.

Rumors of Neymar’s possible departure have been swirling before, with the club preparing to drop it in the summer for £ 76m.

The Brazilian became the most expensive player ever when he moved from Barcelona in 2017, but his move must have been a huge success that both sides had hoped for.

With Lionel Messi and Mbappe around, it’s difficult to balance the attack, and he seems to be the most likely to leave the trio, though his salary can be well-paid.

Replacing the former Barça player with Camp Nou star Ousmane Dembele would also make sense, especially with Dembele’s contract expiring as well.

The Frenchman will adapt to the Paris program and his form has resulted in a stellar performance for Xavi’s team in the second half of the season.

He has been involved in moving to the Premier League before but has now promised that it would be possible to return to his homeland to his countryman.

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