Report: Kylian Mbappe Can Terminate Contract Amid Chelsea Interest
PSG remain firm in their stance on Kylian Mabappe ,. He is not available for sale in January. However, the player could decide to terminate the contract.
If Mbappe made PSG terminate the contract, it could be a bad move on his part. He signed a new contract this year, but feels that the club has already disappointed him in fulfilling their promises.
Chelsea is a serious contender and we will be closely watching this situation.
According to sports lawyer Tatiana Vassine, as reported by RMC Sport, Kylian Mbappe could legally terminate his PSG contract due to the bots case. They could allow him to do so on the grounds of a violation in labour law.
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A termination of his contract would mean PSG lose out on the PS200million it would take for a club to buy him. The club would not likely accept the possibility of a termination and would just sell Mbappe to make a profit.
PSG at the moment are holding firm, according to sources close to us here at Chelsea Transfer Room, the French club will absolutely not allow Mbappe to leave in January, despite the player demanding he is allowed.
Chelsea consider themselves serious contenders and believe they have a financial package to lure Mbappe into the club. It might be a mess but Chelsea are willing join the mess to sign Mbappe.
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