French superstar, Kylian Mbappe has reportedly told Paris Saint-Germain that he will not be leaving this summer under any circumstances.
The France captain remains in a stand-off with the club over his failure to sign a contract extension at the Ligue 1 champions.
On Tuesday, the club brought down a large poster of the star at the Parc des Princes stadium, after he was demoted to play with the club’s ‘B team’ and not selecting him to take part in PSG’s pre-season tour of Asia.
Mbappe’s shirt has also been removed from the club shop, as the hierarchy in Paris attempts to force the 24-year-old to accept a permanent deal or loan move that would see the club get some return on their £ 250 million asset.
As per Sky Sports, the 24-year-old is set to be frozen out by PSG, and the player will not play until the end of his contract in 2024 when he is thought to be in favour of a move to Real Madrid as a free agent.
One point delaying Mbappe’s extension of his current deal is said to centre around the club’s transfer policy.
Mbappe is thought to feel disappointed by transfer decisions undertaken by the club further to his signing his latest deal in the summer of 2022, namely the failure to bring Robert Lewandowski and Bernardo Silva to the French capital during that transfer window.
PSG are determined to be resolute in their decision to keep the player on the sidelines should they fail to force him on elsewhere, in a show of strength.
The Qatari-owned side believes that no one player should be bigger than the club itself.