Reports surrounding Kylian Mbappe and his situation at PSG have been growing in number, with various sources reporting that the player feels uncomfortable in France. The main reason behind this is the fact that he has been criticised heavily by the people and the media in his home country.
Hence, the player is willing to move away from France to someplace that he feels more comfortable at and ease. This is resulting in him avoiding contract negotiations with the club, who are still trying to keep him with them.
But an alternative in case they do not reach an agreement with the player soon will be to cash in on him, and the transfer fee that the French Champions are looking for right now is rumoured to be in the region of €120-€150 million, which is a far way down from their days of asking for a straight €200 million for the player.
The impatience from PSG surrounding the future of the player could result in a club like Liverpool, Real Madrid or Barcelona swooping in and capturing the player for a relatively lower price than the one that was quoted earlier. The main reason behind the urgency to get rid of him in case they cannot get him to sign a new deal is due to the fact that his contract expires in 2022.
Hence, something will have to give this summer or the player will end up leaving for free next year.