After being linked with a move to join Spanish top club, Real Madrid Kylian Mbappe has today made a major decision in his career. The French young talent has agreed to extend his contract with Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint Germaine.
This is after he received a lucrative deal which included huge power in club's activities. Other than having a say on transfers, the player is set to decide on coaches and also sporting director.
The move by Paris Saint Germaine to offer Mbappe this huge package has angered not only Real Madrid fans but Laliga Santander senior staff. The league's president Javier Tebas earlier stated that what has happened in Mbappe's transfer saga is an insult to football.
To the surprise of many, Laliga has made a decision to report Paris Saint Germaine to European football governing body, UEFA. If UEFA approves Laliga's complain Paris Saint Germaine will be kicked out of all European competitions. Laliga believes the Ligue 1 top club has breached the financial fair play rules.
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