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Luis Fernandez sees Mbappe joining Real Madrid in 2024

After being sidelined for several weeks due to his refusal to activate the renewal of his contract, which ends in 2024, Kylian Mbappe has made his return to Luis Enrique's squad. According to the press, his relationship with the club seems to have calmed down in recent days.

After scoring in his side's 1-1 draw with Toulouse on Saturday, the French striker has opened the door to a possible renewal, as he has no intention of leaving on a free transfer. For Luis Fernandez, former player, coach and sporting director of PSG, the Bondy native already has a well-laid plan for his future.

"He has a contract... That's the first thing to remember. So I think he's going to continue, but it's difficult to predict what might happen. He has always said that he wanted to go to Real Madrid so that he could finish his last year in Paris and then leave again. It will be difficult for him to do that as a free agent because PSG have a say in the situation. They paid him 180 million, they gave him a great contract and they don't want to part ways with him. You have to defend what is yours," he confided in a lengthy interview with the newspaper 'AS'.

"A club isn't just about paying. I think they'll come to an agreement so that PSG don't go home empty-handed when he leaves," he added.

With his current contract running until 2024, Kylian Mbappe is likely to continue to cause a stir at the end of the summer transfer window, especially as Real Madrid could make a last-minute offer to PSG. Stay tuned.

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