PSG forward Kylian Mbappe has given the club a condition for his departure this summer.
Spanish outlet Defensa Central reports that the France international would give the green light to his transfer if the French capital city club agreed to pay a portion of his bonus.
Mbappe has already told the club that he will not trigger the one-year extension clause in his current contract. This means that the 2018 World Cup winner will leave the club as a free agent in June 2024.
Football transfer expert Fabrizio Romano reports that PSG want Mbappe to either change his mind or leave the club this summer itself.
And now Defensa Central said that Mbappe will agree to leave Paris only if the club pays a portion of his loyalty bonus.
When extending Mbappe’s contract in May 2022, the Ligue 1 giants agreed to pay him a loyalty bonus of €70 to €80 million per season.
It has been reported that the player wants at least half of the amount to depart the club this summer.