Kylian Mbappe's PSG contract extension details leaked with striker on staggering £547m over three years | The Sun

KYLIAN MBAPPE'S PSG contract has been leaked – and reports suggest he is set to make a mind-blowing £547million in three years.

Details of Mbappe's mega-deal have remained quiet since the 23-year-old made the shock decision to extend his stay in Paris amid intense interest from Real Madrid.

But reports of his deal have now emerged and reveals just how lucrative the contract is.

According to Le Parisien via Get French Football News, the Frenchman is set to earn £547m in the three year period since he signed his extension.

If correct, it is believed that would make Mbappe the highest-paid sportsperson of all time.

The report says the contract contained an extraordinary £156m signing bonus that will be paid in full even if Mbappe leaves before the end of the deal.


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And the forward has a £61m loyalty bonus that he is in line to receive at the end of every season, with the bonus increasing every year.

There are no performance bonuses for the star but the contract does include several clauses.

All of this comes on top of his eye-watering £650,000 a week wages.

Despite the big money, Mbappe seems to be unsettled already at PSG.

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Amid rumours of dressing room divides centred around him and team-mate Neymar, the star was reported as being desperate for a move away from the club.

Several Premier League clubs have been linked to a sensational January swoop but he would undoubtedly not come cheap.

The striker will enter the final 12 months of his deal at the end of the season, likely triggering another summer of speculation.

PSG would need to get him to renew his deal or risk losing one of the best players in Europe on a free.

The off-pitch drama does not appeared to have played well with the French public with several fans booing Mbappe upon his arrival at last week's Ballon d'Or celebrations.

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But things remain rosy on the pitch with Christophe Galtier's side five points clear at the top of Ligue 1.

And Mbappe already has 14 goals in all competitions, four ahead of Neymar and six ahead of Lionel Messi.

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