French forward Kylian Mbappe feels that he is being compelled by PSG to stay at the club amid interest from Real Madrid

Kylian Mbappe, the Paris Saint-Germain’s forward is not feeling good as he thinks that he is being forced to stay at the club this summer amid Real Madrid interests and bids, reports Sky Sports.

The French forward Kylian Mbappe doesn’t feel right about his club Paris Saint-Germain’s behaviour. The forward thinks that the club wants to keep him this summer despite interest from the Spanish giants Real Madrid. The Los Blancos are very interested to add the 22-year old forward to their team.

Real Madrid has also made two bids to Paris Saint-Germain this summer for the French forward. The first offer was £137 million which was rejected by PSG (as per Fabrizio Romano) and in the second offer, they improved their bid to £145.6 million which was made on Thursday started the Italian football journalist Romano tweets. Mbappe has less than a year remaining on his contract at PSG and it is clear that the 22-year-old French forward wants to move to his boyhood dream club this summer.

Ligue 1 side PSG knows that if Kylian stays at the club this summer, they will have to release the player for free the next summer because of his contract expiry.  Despite knowing that, the 2018 FIFA World Cup winner thinks that PSG is forcing him to stay. The French forward also thinks that maybe PSG is trying to persuade him to sign a new contract and doesn’t want him to leave. That’s why no response has been sent to Real Madrid by the Paris Saint-Germain board on their latest bid of £145.6 million.

Mbappe who started his professional career with the Ligue 1 club Monahasave already told PSG that it is his dream to play for the Spanish giants (Real Madrid) as reported by Fabrizio Romano via his Twitter account.

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