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Sergio Ramos is part of the reason Mbappe does not want to extend his contract

According to L’Equipe, Mbappe had some conditions and demands before extending his contract with PSG.

He demanded to be the center of the team, the signing of quality players, end the privileges of the South Americans and more discipline for lateness.

Paris Saint-Germain is willing to do almost anything to get Kylian Mbappe to sign a new contract with the French club.

His contract with Parque de los Prncipes expires on June 30, and Real Madrid is in the best position to sign him without incurring any transfer fees.

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According to “L’Equipe”, Mbappe demands to be returned to being the club’s star player and has a clear status on the pitch. This implies stopping playing on the left, in the center, or on the right, depending on the disposition of Messi and Neymar.

PSG would also have proposed to him to be the penalty shooter, something that he would welcome since this privilege at Real Madrid would be more difficult to obtain.

The French newspaper also reports that the additions that the team has made this summer are not in line with what Mbappe would have required to build a competitive team.

In this sense, he questioned the signing of Sergio Ramos and would have reported it to the club’s leaders, so PSG could promise him a sale of the Spanish defender this summer.

On the other hand, from the French capital, they point out that Mbappe doubts the club’s ability to impose its demands in terms of punctuality or inappropriate behavior in the locker room.

The Frenchman doesn’t understand the privileges enjoyed by several South American players and would like to see a tougher hand with sanctions.

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