PSG manager Luis Enrique aims to “find agreement” with Kylian Mbappe

Luis Enrique wants to “find an agreement” with Kylian Mbappe and that Ousmane Dembele was “99%” signed.

Mbappe is not practicing with PSG’s first team after stating he would not extend his contract beyond next summer.

PSG would sooner sell Mbappe than let him leave for free.

“I hope that the club and the player will find an agreement,” stated former Barcelona manager Luis Enrique.

Mbappe signed a two-year contract with a 12-month option to stay after the 2021-22 season.

The 24-year-old has told the club he will not sign that year-long add-on and is widely expected to join Real Madrid for free in 2024.

PSG’s Asia pre-season tour did not include Mbappe.

He refused to meet with Al-Hilal agents, who offered a record £259m for him.

Mbappe, Neymar, and Verratti’s fates are unknown as PSG defend their Ligue 1 championship against Lorient on Saturday.

“I will not talk about my discussions with Neymar and Verratti,” said ex-Spain coach Luis Enrique, who succeeded Christophe Galtier earlier this summer.

Private property. Watch my deeds. My choices will show my opinion.”

Ousmane Dembele is close to joining Paris Saint-Germain from Barcelona.

Dembele is not legally a PSG player. Luis Enrique added, “99%.” “One contract paragraph remains.”