Kylian Mbappé puts PSG on notice and demands €100 million from them

Kylian Mbappé puts PSG on notice and demands €100 million from them

The story between PSG and Kylian Mbappé is not yet over. Although they will no longer be bound by contract on June 30, the two camps have already embarked on a legal battle. According to information from the newspaper l’Equipe, which we are able to confirm, the captain of the France team has put his former club on notice and is demanding 100 million euros for unpaid salaries and bonuses.

Having still not seen the trace of his loyalty bonus for February nor his salary for the month of April (see our editions of May 29), the Mbappé clan decided to send a formal notice to the Ligue de Professional Football based on article 259 which indicates that “salaries must be paid by clubs to players under contract no later than the last day of each month, under the conditions of common law”.

An imbroglio that dates back to last August

This war between the two parties dates back to last summer when Kylian Mbappé sent a letter to PSG to formalize his wish not to extend his contract, then valid until June 30, 2024. Deprived of the Asian tour, the Frenchman The 25-year-old was then reinstated after promising Nasser al-Khelaïfi that PSG would not lose following his free departure. “We managed to protect all parties and preserve the serenity of the club for the challenges to come, which remains the most important. So we’re going to say that it’s secondary,” explained the main person concerned last January.

And as the Team indicates, this arrangement involved a financial agreement of around €55 million. “They made me understand that I would not play with Paris, they told me to my face, they spoke to me violently. Luis Enrique and Luis Campos saved me. I would not have set foot on the pitch without them” admitted the future Real Madrid player at a press conference with the Blues.

If the imbroglio remains there, the two parties could quickly tear each other apart on the legal ground over these unpaid salaries and bonuses.

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