PSG could face sanctions if they continue to sideline Mbappe
Following warnings from the French footballers’ union, ‘L’Equipe’ reports that PSG could face stiff sanctions if they keep Kylian Mbappe on the sidelines.
The striker could go to the labour court and his country’s Professional Football League to point out that he is being put in a dangerous situation for his career development.
If PSG continue to keep Mbappe apart to the extent of relegating him to the sidelines this season to force his exit, they expose themselves to stiff sanctions. After the president of the French footballers’ union warned the Parc des Princes offices of this, ‘L’Equipe’ indicates the striker’s possible plan to safeguard his career with a year to go before the end of his contract in Paris.
The prestigious media outlet claims that the striker can first go to the legal commission of the Professional Football League in his country and, if that does not help, he can also go to the labour court.
In addition, there is also the possibility of using both options to widen the hypothetical punishment of the Qatari ownership, which has accepted an offer of 300 million euros from Al Hilal to speed up his departure.
The problem is that their star doesn’t seem very keen on it. In fact, on his Twitter profile, he reacted with a multitude of laughing emoticons to an image of Giannis Antetokounmpo to which the basketball player added this text: “Al Hilal, you can take me. I look like Kylian Mbappe”. The feeling is that the former Monaco man is not taking this option seriously in the transfer market.
The PSG board believe he has a pre-agreement with Real Madrid to join the ‘Merengues’ ranks for the 2024-25 season.
It would make sense, as, last summer, this is an operation that has already been attempted with offers of close to 200 million from Los Blancos, which met with refusal after refusal from the Parisian club. It may be that, this time, Florentino Perez wants to take advantage of the situation to take care of his coffers.