Samir Nasri’s counsel to Kylian Mbappe to remain with Paris Saint-Germain amid rumors of a move to Real Madrid underscores the perception of Mbappe as the reigning monarch of PSG. The incessant buzz surrounding Mbappe’s potential transfer to Real Madrid has been in the air since the commencement of this season. This speculation has been fueled by the fact that Mbappe’s contract with Paris Saint-Germain is set to expire at the end of the upcoming season. Reports of an agreement between Mbappe and Madrid further fanned the flames of this transfer talk.
Nevertheless, these rumors were subsequently refuted by Los Blancos. Madrid emphatically stated that they had not engaged in any negotiations with PSG. “Given the recent information disseminated by various media outlets, speculating about alleged negotiations between Kylian Mbappe and our club, Real Madrid C.F., we wish to state that this information is entirely false, and no such negotiations have taken place with the PSG player,” read Madrid’s statement.
Madrid’s statement has left Mbappe’s current future in a state of uncertainty. In fact, PSG had extended a new contract proposal to the French National Team star, which he declined. This situation has fueled the speculation about his potential move to Madrid.
Samir Nasri, the former French National Team midfielder, has also weighed in on Mbappe’s current predicament. He recommends that Mbappe extends his contract with PSG. Nasri believes that a Parisian native like Mbappe should take immense pride in representing his hometown club. Moreover, according to Nasri, Mbappe can attain financial success at PSG, as the 24-year-old forward is reported to earn a staggering 72 million euros per year (Rp 1.1 trillion) with PSG. “He hails from the Paris region. I would stay at PSG rather than go to Real Madrid to win the Champions League. If Marseille had been owned by Qatar when I was still with the club, I would have never left. In my opinion, it’s better to be a king in your own domain,” Nasri stated, as quoted by Football Espana.