KYLIAN MBAPPE will reportedly announce his eagerly-anticipated next move this weekend.
The France international’s lucrative contract with Paris Saint-Germain is set to expire at the end of the season.
The coveted Mbappe has remained tight-lipped on his next move but will reportedly break his silence on his future on Sunday.
That’s according to L’Equipe, who claim the World Cup winner will spill the beans at 10am BST.
Mbappe’s planned announcement has drawn comparisons to LeBron James’ announcing of his 2012 move to the Miami Heat.
The future NBA Hall of Famer kept basketball fans on tenterhooks with an hour-and-half-long show – which was fittingly named ‘The Decision’ – to announce his departure from the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Mbappe is unlikely to leave PSG supporters hanging around for that long, although the footy fans around the world will be waiting with bated breath hear his decision.
Former Monaco hitman Mbappe is a long-term target of La Liga giants Real Madrid, who have reportedly agreed personal terms with the 23-year-old.
PSG are desperate to tie the Frenchman down to a new deal and have reportedly made a sensational offer to try to keep him at the Parc des Princes.
According to reports, Mbappe has been offered the chance to be the OWNER of the club’s sporting project.
It’s claimed the offer will allow him to “change coaches and decide on the players he wishes”.
The outrageous proposal is said to have been accompanied by a whopping £4million-a-month salary and a £100m signing-on fee.
PSG manager Mauricio Pochettino is eager to keep Mbappe in his star-studded squad but recently walked back on his claim that he’ll stay in the French capital.
The Argentine said late last month: “I only answered the question I was asked: ‘Today, what percentage is there?’ ‘For me, 100 per cent. Kylian too,’ I said.
“I don’t understand why this was taken out of context. I’m very tired, but I’m strong and I don’t care about rumours. I’m focused on football, on my players. We continue to do our job.
“That’s the problem. We are here to work for the club, to give our best, and there is a lack of respect all the time.
“We will continue to work, we are very happy that the team does not give up, it is still professional, it wants to play.
“Tomorrow is tomorrow, but today I am 100 percent involved with PSG.”
Mbappe and his PSG team-mates will be back in action on Saturday evening, welcoming Metz to the Parc des Princes for their final Ligue 1 game of the season.