Read Up “Nasser Al-Khelaifi gave Kylian Mbappe a transfer ultimatum.” According to Fabrizio Romano’s citation of Al-Khelaifi, “I was genuinely startled to find that Mbappe intended to go for free.

Kylian is a wonderful young man and a gentleman. It’s not on his level to be leaving for free while we’re the largest French club. I was astounded and let down.

We had a verbal arrangement with Mbappé, which he verified. I’m shocked for this reason.

“You never see your best player leave the team for free in football. It never occurs.

He continued, saying, “We want Mbappe to stay, but he can’t leave for free. Mbappé also publicly acknowledged that in an interview that it was a verbal arrangement. Thus, it is not in dispute.

Harry Kane has refused to sign Tottenham’s “massive” new contract offer while the transfer market is still open.

According to The Guardian, the offer is a “significant” improvement on his previous conditions of £200,000 per week, but the striker has no imminent plans to sign it despite the fact that it is an increase.

Kane is currently in the final 12 months of his current deal, which means that if things remain the same, the Spurs will be able to lose him for free next summer.

It has been speculated that he could move to either the English champions Manchester United or the German champions Bayern Munich.

Following Christophe Galtier’s dismissal, former Spain and Barcelona manager Luis Enrique has been announced as Paris Saint-Germain’s next manager.

After leading the French giants to a record 11th Ligue 1 title in his first season in command, the French club formally parted ways with Galtier today, despite news of his exit first circulating weeks ago. This comes after Galtier led the club to a record 11th title during his first season in charge.

Enrique, who has not had a job since leaving his position with Spain following the conclusion of the World Cup in 2018, has agreed to a contract that will last for two years.

The following was stated in a statement: “Paris Saint-Germain is pleased to announce the appointment of Luis Enrique as the head coach of the professional team.” The coach from Spain has agreed to terms on a deal that will last for two years.

Enrique remarked, “I could not be more excited to arrive in Paris to embark on a brand-new adventure there.” It is so thrilling to meet new people, to live in this city, to learn a new language, and most importantly, to coach Paris Saint-Germain.