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Paris St-Germain, Monaco Agree Loan Deal For Striker Kylian Mbappe

31 August 2017

In a surprise move, multiple sources on Sunday night are reporting that Paris Saint-Germain have agreed a deal to sign the highly-rated French worldwide - but have to wait until next year to buy him outright so as not to fall foul of Financial Fair Play rules.

France boss Didier Deschamps has claimed that Kylian Mbappe will be joining another Ligue 1 club before the transfer window closes. "The idea is to win the Champions League".

Mbappe's arrival on loan until the end of the season with an option to buy for €180 million plus bonuses next summer will boost PSG coach Unai Emery's attacking options.

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"He knows full well my position".

"I never thought against OM, who are stronger than past year, that we could win 6-1", added Jardim. The France squad will get together at Clairefontaine, around 50 kilometers south of Paris, to prepare for the game against the Netherlands and next Sunday's meeting with Luxembourg. With these signings, the Qatar-owned club are mounting a very public challenge to the financial rules of European football's governing body, and Uefa will face a test of its credibility when this accounting period is assessed next year. We will try to help [the clubs understand the rules].

Mbappe has been targeted by a number of clubs after bursting onto the scene last season with Monaco.

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If PSG continue to play on the same elite level as they troll, winning the Champions League should be an absolute breeze this season.

All four of the mentioned clubs have expressed an interest in the Germany worldwide in the past (particularly Liverpool and Arsenal). Mbappe made his full global debut for France in March and has so far won four caps.

Ligue 1 side PSG will be obligated to pay €180m to make their signing of Kylian Mbappé next summer in their initial loan deal with AS Monaco, according to Le Parisien.

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Monaco wouldn't just lend their main rival Mbappe, shake hands and walk away, would they?

Paris St-Germain, Monaco Agree Loan Deal For Striker Kylian Mbappe