Kylian M’Bappe is could prevent Manchester United from making a series of signings, even if he doesn’t join!
The Manchester United, Real Madrid, Arsenal and PSG target was recently linked to the Parisians, but his permanence may end up causing problems for everyone involved, including Monaco, L’Equipe confirm.
If he were to stay, it would be on the understanding that certain targets won’t be allowed to leave, including Tiémoué Bakayoko, Benjamin Mendy and Fabinho, who have been pursued by an assortment of Premier League teams, including Chelsea, Manchester United, Arsenal and Manchester City.
Moreover, the 18-year-old’s permanence at the Louis II stadium would see him earn a massive raise, which would end up irritating some of the same team-mates.
The teenage sensation scored 26 goals in all competitions for Monaco last season, enough to warrant Arsenal considering an £125m bid for him, though it looks like they’ve now veered towards Thomas Lemar.