BREAKING NEWS: Kylian Mbappe Has Been Left Out Of Paris Saint-Germain Squad To Japan

Kylian Mbappe of PSG has been kept out of the team's pre-season travel to Japan as he continuing to decline the offer of a new deal.

Mbappe has one year left on his present PSG agreement and has stated that he would not sign a new agreement but does not want to be sold this summer.

The Ligue 1 winners have chosen to leave him at home while they prepare for the forthcoming season in Japan, according to L'Equipe.

Fourteen months ago, it appeared like the World Cup champion would depart the Parc des Princes, with his contract ending and Real Madrid showing strong interest.

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However, late in the game, the Frenchman chose to sign a new contract with his club that would keep him there until the summer of 2025.

It was quickly revealed that this was not the case, since the contract was only valid until 2024, with the player having the choice of renewing it for another year.

The 24-year-old star addressed a letter to the club earlier this summer to indicate that he wouldn't be triggering the additional year, which he has until the end of July to do.

This, of course, has raised the prospect of the forward departing the Parisiens this summer, despite his wish to go when his contract ends.

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Real Madrid are once more considered the frontrunners to acquire Mbappe, whether it occurs in the present transfer window or in a year's time.

He is apparently planning to quit in a year since he is guaranteed a large incentive if he remains for the second year of his present contract.

Regardless of who he deals with next, the former Monaco star is claimed to seek a provision similar to the one that let Lionel Messi move to MLS.

During his time in the United States, the seven-time Ballon d'Or winner is collecting money via the league's ties with Adidas and Apple TV.

In a twist to the narrative of Mbappe's absence from the team's trip to Japan, new PSG manager Luis Enrique has put the forward's 16-year-old brother Ethan in the team.

On their visit to the Far East, the French champs will face Al Nassr, Inter Milan, Cerezo Osaka, and the Japan national squad.

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