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Kylian Mbappe’s ‘I Don’t Care’ Attitude Regarding the Infamous Letter Breaks PSG Hearts Again
- Kylian Mbappe has mischievously reacted to his formal letter to Paris Saint-Germain
- The 24-year-old forward's current deal in the capital expires at the end of next season
- Mbappe is currently with the French national team ahead of their clash with Gibraltar
Kylian Mbappe responded with a cheeky remark when questioned about the formal letter he had sent to Paris Saint-Germain regarding his future.
Throughout the week, Mbappe has been the centre of attention due to the uncertainty surrounding his continuation with the Ligue 1 giants.
According to Reuters, he made it clear to the club's hierarchy via a formal letter that he will not activate the one-year extension clause in his current contract, thereby potentially departing Paris for free in the summer of 2024.
This decision is believed to have frustrated the club. Nevertheless, the 24-year-old has maintained that he envisions his future with PSG in the near term, despite rumours suggesting a move to Real Madrid this summer.
When asked about the infamous letter he sent to inform the Parisians about his future plans, the 2018 World Cup winner had a mischievous response:
“Honestly, I did not think I was going to offend anyone. I only sent a letter,” he began, as quoted by Fabrizio Romano. “I didn't know a letter could kill someone. It's just a letter. I don't care about the reactions.”
Mbappe's letter to PSG
As Sports Brief reported, Mbappe's situation in France remains the headline news of the football week.
The 24-year-old striker's current deal expires at the end of next season, with the option of another year.
However, Mbappe sent PSG a formal letter on Monday, confirming he would not be extending his deal.
Mbappe aims jab at PSG
Sports Brief also reported on Mbappe taking a swipe at PSG over their underwhelming performances in a bombshell interview.
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The 24-year-old also slammed the decision to allow Lionel Messi to leave as the striker looks to leave Paris via a free transfer in 2024.
Reports in France claimed he wants to join Real Madrid this summer, but Mbappe told AFP he plans to stay at PSG for his last season.