Mbappe’s mother quashes PSG extension reports

Fayza Lamary, mother of Paris Saint-Germain star Kylian Mbappe, has denied allegations that the striker agreed to extend his stay at the French club.

The youngster’s future has been up for debate all season, with his current deal with the French champions set to expire in June.

This means the 23-year-old will become a free agent, with the possibility of a move to Real Madrid, which he has been tracking for a while.

But the French club intensified its efforts to persuade Mbappe to sign a new agreement, but nothing was agreed upon.

Then reports emerged on Thursday that the club had reached an agreement with Mbappe to extend his contract by two years, something Lamari denied.

“There is no agreement in principle with Paris Saint-Germain or any other club. Discussions about Kylian’s future continue in great calm to allow him to make the best choice, with respect to all parties.” Mbappe’s mother said in a statement.

Mbappe has been PSG’s most productive striker this season, scoring 35 goals in 43 matches so far.