PSG is already set back for the post-Mbappé era


By: Manu Tournoux

Kylian Mbappé (25 years old) reminded us again last night how important he is for Paris Saint-Germain. The Frenchman scored a hat-trick against Montpellier in the crushing 6-2 victory. He also provided an assist. An almost perfect evening for the Bondynois, who took care of his statistics while showing that he is and will remain involved until the end with the capital club. Then, it will be time for him to take on a new challenge in Madrid.

Paris loves Rashford

For its part, the French team is slowly preparing for life without him. Luis Enrique doesn't hide it. The Spanish technician has not hesitated to play less of the Frenchman since he announced his departure from the club. For its part, PSG is moving forward to try to find its successor. Victor Osimhen (Naples), Rafael Leão (AC Milan) and more recently, Luis Diaz (Liverpool) are mentioned. This is also the case for Marcus Rashford (Manchester United).

Concerning the Englishman, his name has been linked directly or indirectly to Parisians for several years, without it going any further. But this summer, things could be different. We thought that the door could open since the year-old has recently caused controversy in the country after a club outing when he called in sick the next day. At the same time, the Mirror revealed last week that Paris had made an offer of €93 million. But MU would like €115 million.

MU has decided

What is it really ? This Monday, The Sun explains that PSG was rejected for Rashford. The latter is an essential element in the eyes of the Mancunians, who are counting on him during the revolution prepared by Sir Jim Ratcliffe and his teams. Whether Ten Hag stays or not, Rashford will not leave and will even start. Information which ultimately goes in line with the statements made by the Dutch technician recently.

“We didn't extend Marcus last season for four years with the intention of selling him now. He should be part of the Manchester United project and it's not something we don't talk about.” Under contract until 2028, the England international is considered non-transferable. Bad news for PSG, which still has time to find a successor to Mbappé.

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