Transfer news and rumours LIVE: PSG dangle Real Madrid release clause for Mbappe



Posted Monday, February 08, 2021 by Goal.com

Mbappe responds to Neymar PSG extension

Kylian Mbappe has reacted positively to team-mate Neymar's contract extension at Paris Saint-Germain, telling the media it was "great news" for the future of the club. Mbappe awaits his own extension if he wishes to remain in France. Alternatively, he could force a dramatic move elswhere.

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: PSG dangle Real Madrid release clause for Mbappe

Juventus interested in Morata loan extension

Juventus would rather welcome back forward Alvaro Morata on loan next season than exercise their option to purchase him in full from Atletico Madrid, AS writes. That decision would be driven by long-term economic concerns amid the pandemic.

Porto close in on €15m addition from Brazil

Brazilian club Gremio are set to sell 23-year-old striker Pepe to Porto €15 million ($18m) pending the completion of medicals, Globo Esporte writes.

Pepe would be the fourth most expensive signing in Porto history.

Stoke City announce Ndiaye loan

Stoke City will loan midfielder Badou Ndiaye to Al-Ain for the rest of the season, the club announced on its website.

Coman happy at Bayern Munich

Kingsley Coman is perfectly content to continue on playing for the best team in Germany, according to Telefoot. He said he intends to extend his contract soon and is uninterested in a transfer elsewhere.

PSG dangle Real Madrid release clause for Mbappe

AS cites sources close to Kylian Mbappe as saying Paris Saint-Germain are increasingly interested in putting a special Real Madrid release clause in his next contract.

If Mbappe gets a Real Madrid clause, it would allow the Spanish side to force a deal at a given price before anyone else.

Mbappe has been heavily linked to Los Blancos in recent weeks.



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