Kylian Mbappe would prefer Arsenal transfer if he moves to a Premier League club

Lfc Rumour (Mark Baldwin)
Kylian Mbappe is likely to be on the move next summer (Picture: Getty) Kylian Mbappe has a shock preference should he choose the Premier League as his next destination. The heir apparent to the throne occupied by Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo for so long is set to change clubs next summer. Currently involved in a contract stand-off with Paris Saint-Germain, Mbappe appears hellbent on fulfilling a childhood dream and moving to the Bernabeu upon the expiration of his current deal in just under 12 months’ time. The Spanish giants intent to spend frugally this summer and, at present, have no plans to add anyone else to their squad following the addition of former Stoke City flop Joselu. Real do not anticipated facing much competition, if any, for Mpabbe’s services but reports emanating from Spain on Thursday claimed that Liverpool had tabled a £200million offer. According to the Independent, those claims are wide of the mark and, in any case, should Mbappe move to England Arsenal would be his No.1 choice. Mbappe is said to have noted the rapid progress Mikel Arteta has made in regenerating a sleeping giant while he is attracted to the aim of winningfirst Premier League title in two decades. Kylian Mbappe’s PSG contract expires next summer (Picture: Getty) PSG, for their part, remain adamant that they will be forced to sell Mbappe this summer if he is not prepared to pen a contract extension. ‘My position is very clear and I will not repeat it every time,’ Club president Nasser Al-Khelaifi told a press conference on Wednesday. ‘We want Kylian to stay, but if he wants to stay, we want him to sign a new contract. More: Trending Thomas Partey makes transfer decision with Declan Rice set for Arsenal medical 'He needs to come back' - Mauricio Pochettino sends message to Chelsea outcast Chelsea respond to Brighton's £100m demand for Moises Caicedo ‘We don’t want to let the best player in the world go for free, it’s impossible. PSG is a French club, it’s his city, and he’s already said he doesn’t want to leave for free. ‘If today someone made him change his mind, it’s not my fault. ‘I’ll say it again, we won’t let one of the best players in the world go for free, that’s very clear. I will not repeat.’ Manchester United poach long-serving Arsenal club doctor in huge blow to Mikel Arteta Thomas Partey prefers Juventus transfer with Declan Rice set to finalise £105m Arsenal move For more stories like this, check our sport page. Follow Metro Sport for the latest news on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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