Kylian Mbappe was kicked out of the PSG squad during the tour to Japan

Kylian Mbappe, a top player for Paris Saint-Germain, will not be traveling to Japan with the team for their preseason tour since he has not yet signed a new deal with the club.

Mbappe’s current term with PSG only has one year left on it, and he has informed the club that he will not sign a new deal. However, he has expressed his desire to remain with the club beyond this summer’s transfer window.

It has been reported by L’Equipe that the champions of Ligue 1 have made the decision to leave him at home while they get ready for the forthcoming season in Japan.

14 months ago, it appeared as though the World Cup winner would soon leave the Parc des Princes, as his contract was about to expire and Real Madrid was showing a lot of interest in signing him.

In spite of this, towards the end of the game, the Frenchman made the decision to sign a new contract with his club, one that would keep him there until the summer of 2025.

It was quickly found out that this was not the whole truth, and that the contract was actually only valid until 2024, with the player having the option to extend it for one additional year.

The 24-year-old player addressed a letter to the club earlier this summer to declare that he will not be activating the extra year, which he has the opportunity to do until the 31st of July.

Despite the fact that he wants to leave when his contract is up at the end of the season, this has obviously made it more likely that the forward will depart the Parisiens this summer.

Real Madrid is once again the favorite to buy Mbappe, and this prediction holds true regardless of whether the transfer takes place during the current transfer window or in the following year.

It is said that he is delaying his departure by one year in order to receive the large bonus that is due to him if he continues to work under his present contract for the full two years.

The former Monaco star is rumored to seek a clause in his next contract that is analogous to the one that let Lionel Messi transfer to the MLS. This might apply to whoever he deals with next.

During his time in the United States, the seven-time winner of the Ballon d’Or is cashing in on endorsement deals that the league has struck with Adidas and Apple TV.

Luis Enrique, the new head coach of Paris Saint-Germain, has decided to include Mbappe’s younger brother, Ethan, who is only 16 years old, in the team that will travel to Japan. This provides an interesting new angle to the narrative of Mbappe’s omission from the group.

During their trip to the Far East, the French champions will compete against teams such as Al Nassr, Cerezo Osaka, Inter Milan, and the Japan national team.