Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly losing patience with Kylian Mbappe‘s contract renewal and are willing to lower his price tag for clubs interested in signing him this summer.
Mbappe‘s current deal runs until 2022 and in the event the two parties do not reach an agreement to extend his stay, PSG may lose him on a free transfer next summer.
According to Le Parisien, PSG have grown impatient with, what is deemed, an uncomfortable situation as the two parties have yet to reach an agreement, and the club are willing to lower their transfer demands.
Mbappe‘s asking price would be between 120-150 million euros should a club wish to make a move this summer.
Meanwhile, Mbappe has recently complained over the excessive criticism he has suffered this season in France.
“The most important thing is to feel good where we are and have fun every day,” said Mbappe after Les Blues’ 1-0 win over Bosnia and Herzegovina.