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Kylian Mbappe Reportedly Agrees Monaco Stay Amid Man United, Real Madrid Rumours

08 June 2017, 02:08 | Rose Hansen

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Mbappe's current deal expires in 2019 but, to ward of interest from potential suitors and reward the striker for his performances last season, the club are hopeful he will sign an extension on increased wages to stay at Monaco.

The reported offer from United comes days after the Old Trafford club were forced to reshape their transfer plans after Atletico Madrid striker Antoine Griezmann chose to turn down the chance to move to Manchester un favour of staying with his current employer.

Meanwhile, Arsene Wenger has done little to quell the speculation, as he has been speaking about Mbappe in France and has responded to a question about where he thinks the youngster will end up this summer.

"Nobody will buy a player for a 100 million and say, "Come on, sit in the stands".

And Wenger predicts it could be hard for the Ligue 1 champions to keep hold of their prized asset who he agrees could win the Ballon d'Or in the future.

Mbappe is said to believe remaining at Monaco will boost his development ahead of next summer's World Cup in Russian Federation.

A native of Bondy, France, Mbappe has risen to prominence over the last two seasons, making his debut during his age-16 year to break Thierry Henry's 21-year-old record as the youngest player to debut with Monaco's first team. There's certainly Neymar, maybe Griezmann, and Mbappé. A bit too early, too premature to say that he will do that but, yes, you have these kind of players.

'You have Ousmane Dembele, who I believe is an exceptional talent.

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