Mbappe says: I stayed at PSG not for the money, but at the request of the President

August 21, Kathmandu. Actual figures of French champions Paris Saint-Germain (PSG)’s financial transactions have been released while signing the contract with superstar Kylian Mbappe.

This French striker was close to a deal with Real Madrid this season. However, his decision to stay with PSG came as a shock to many.

He spoke candidly about the unknown elements of his contract in a detailed interview published in the New York Times on Tuesday.

According to the New York Times, Mbappe will receive a salary of US$250 million from PSG over three years. This amount comes to $83 million every year.

When Mbappe decided to stay at PSG, some media cited a huge offer from the Qatari owner as the main reason.

According to the New York Times, Mbappe received US$125 million from PSG as a sign-on bonus. This amount is the highest bonus in world sports history.

However, during the interview, he claimed that his PSG continuity is not guided by money. Wherever I go, I get money. “I’m a player who gets paid well, no matter what club I’m in,” he said. He said he could not believe it when French President Emmanuel Macron called him to stay at PSG.

‘I never thought I’d be able to talk to the president about my career. It was really unbelievable,” Mbappe said of the president’s telephone, “he told me you should stay here. Because it is necessary for the country that you stay here. Certainly what the President has to say will mean a lot.

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Himal Sanchar