Kylian Mbappe on Monday affirmed that he told Paris Saint-Germain in July he needed to leave the club.
“I said toward the finish of July that I needed to leave,” Mbappe said in a meeting with RMC radio.
“My position has been clear. I said I needed to leave and I told them (PSG the executives) very from the beginning.”
The French World Cup champ has not expanded his agreement at PSG, fuelling theory he will look for a transition to Real Madrid toward the finish of the period.
The Spanish goliaths bid 180 million euros ($209 million) for Mbappe in August yet PSG, who had recently marked Lionel Messi from Barcelona, turned down the proposition.
At that point, PSG’s brandishing chief Leonardo said Mbappe could “leave or remain on our conditions”.
Mbappe said he in the long run told PSG “in the event that you don’t need me to leave, I will remain”.
“Individuals said I had denied six or seven proposals to broaden and that I never converse with Leonardo, which is in no way, shape or form valid,” he added.
Mbappe, who joined PSG from Monaco for an arrangement worth a sum of 180 million euros in 2017, said he had presented to pass on the club in July to permit PSG to track down “a quality substitution”.
“I needed everybody to be in a mutually advantageous arrangement,” he said.
“Paris is a club that has given me a great deal, where I’ve generally been glad for the four years I have spent here and I am as yet cheerful.”