PSG do not want to pay Monaco a bonus for renewing the contract with Mbappe

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PSG do not want to pay Monaco part of the bonuses for the transfer of striker Kylian Mbappe, according to Le Parisien.

The agreement between the clubs stipulated that the Parisians would pay 145 million euros for the purchase of the striker. It was assumed that PSG would give another 35 million euros as a bonus, which is activated if Mbappe extends the contract with the Parisian club.

PSG are doing everything to sign a new agreement with the French striker, but at the same time they do not want to pay Monaco this 35 million.

Mbappé, 23, is being considered for signing a new contract with PSG this July. Technically, this will not be an extension of the agreement, but the signing of a new contract, since the player’s current contract expires on June 30.

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