Barcelona are interested in Neymar’s return, and Real Madrid want Kyllian Mbappe. However, PSG decided that the launch of the stars this summer will be financially unprofitable.
Paris Saint-Germain’s management is not going to part with the strikers, Neymar and Kylian Mbappe, during the upcoming transfer window. According to the French media, the club’s management made the decision in the wake of the situation in world football caused by the Coronavirus pandemic.
Both Neymar and Mbappe will stay in PSG for at least one more season.
Both stars have a contract with Paris Saint-Germain until June 30, 2022. PSG bosses say Neymar and Mbappe will spend at least one more season at the club.
The point is, according to the latest reports, Paris Saint-Germain are sure that no club will be able to make such expensive transfers during the financial crisis caused by the virus.
Earlier, it was repeatedly reported that Barcelona were interested in Neymar’s return. As you may know, the Brazilian defended the dignity of the Catalan Grand in 2013-17 before his transfer to Paris.
As for Kylian, Real Madrid and their head coach Zinedine Zidane are interested in the French transfer. Mbappe, 21, has been defending the honor of the Parisian club since 2017. This season, the player has played in 33 matches in all competitions with the team’s shirt, scored 30 goals, and scored 17 assists.
It is suggested that due to the pandemic, the prices of players will decrease significantly this summer. In such a situation, the Parisians prefer to keep their two most valuable players.