Monaco Will Not Sell Kylian Mbappe To PSG

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Monaco Will Not Sell Kylian Mbappe To PSG

Neymar started Barca's Clasico friendly against Real Madrid and assisted Gerard Pique's victor in a 3-2 victory on Sunday morning, despite speculation that he could join Paris Saint-Germain.

Reports had suggested the Galacticos had agreed on a £161m deal for Mbappe, but new claims suggest Monaco will only sell for £180m.

The 18-year-old starlet has been linked with some of the most important clubs in the world. He's young but has great potential.

Real Madrid target Kylian Mbappe is worth £160million if that is what the transfer market dictates, says Bernabeu legend Raul.

"But it's money which moves football and people can pay what they want".

The Monaco sensation enjoyed a fabulous campaign last term, helping the principality outfit lift the Ligue 1 title and reach the semi-finals of the Champions League.

"These kinds of decisions don't pass through me, but any player who's come here has been welcomed, although discussing rumours like these is a waste of time".

"We are here [in Miami] to play a game, try and do the best we can in our third game and we want to grow physically".

But Monaco have plenty of options for the sale Mbappe - interest in the newly made forward of the French team are showing real Madrid, Manchester city, Arsenal, PSG and Barcelona, who face the new Henri sees the replacement of the Brazilian Neymar.

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