Misleading message from Spain. PSG lures Mbappé with 400 million and “total control” over PSG project.

Couldn’t believe it himself if he actually received this offer: Kylian Mbappé.


Paris Saint-Germain are said to be ready to do more than just pay for superstar Kylian Mbappé’s contract extension. But can this be true?

You want to hear the most absurd transfer rumor of the summer? Then you are exactly right here. It doesn’t get much weirder than this crazy message from Spain. As “The Chiringuito TV» claims Paris Saint-Germain want to make Kylian Mbappé’s contract extension palatable with an offer of 400 million euros. In addition, the club is ready to give the 23-year-old “total control” over the club’s sports project if he signs. In other words, the striker could in future decide for himself whether to hire or fire coaches and manage the club’s fortunes on the transfer market.

As absurd as it sounds, the Spanish football channel is notorious for its outrageous stories. But we all laughed when the first rumors about a 222 million transfer from Neymar to PSG were spread in spring 2017.

Haha, that was a hit back then wasn’t it?

The sums in the football business have been getting more and more absurd for years, why should that change with the current inflation rate? And the rising oil prices are also playing into the hands of the PSG owners from Qatar. What are four million euros a month for one of the best footballers in the world.

Well, are you convinced? In addition to the almost 300 million euros that Mbappé should earn over five years according to “El Chiringuito”, the French international also received a loyalty bonus of over 100 million euros. This even according to information from «Sky».

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The fact that PSG boss Nasser Al-Khelaifi should give up the decision-making power of his favorite toy seems a bit absurd. So absurd that even “El Chiringuito” den corresponding contribution deleted again on Twitter. The channel of the Iberian TV station is still highly recommended. Spanish language skills are not a requirement. Here’s a treat.

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