Furious PSG tell Real Madrid to stop 'disrespectful' Kylian Mbappe transfer pursuit despite star admitting he wants out

FURIOUS Paris Saint-Germain have told Real Madrid to stop their ‘disrespectful’ transfer pursuit of Kylian Mbappe.

That’s despite the Frenchman admitting he wanted a move to Spain in the summer.

Real failed to sign Mbappe on deadline day despite offering mega-bucks for the World Cup winner.

Florentino Perez has since revealed he intends to sign Mbappe on a pre-contract agreement.

And the striker has shown no signs of staying put in Paris.

But PSG director Leonardo has now lashed out at Real for their behaviour, accusing them of showing a lack of respect by publicly talking about Mbappe’s future.

Leonardo told L’Equipe: “It’s lasted for two years. The transfer window is over, Real need to stop behaving like this.

“They need to stop. Mbappe is a PSG player and the club wants this relationship to last. It’s a lack of respect."

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Speaking about his interest in Mbappe earlier today, Real president Perez declared: “In January we will have news about Mbappe.

“We hope on January 1 that everything can be solved.”

But he later backtracked on his comments, insisting he had not meant to offend PSG.

Perez added: “My words were misinterpreted. What I said is that we have to wait until next year to hear from him, with respect to PSG with whom we have good relations.”

Mbappe himself remains keen on leaving PSG, revealing: "I was NOT changing my mind because of Leo Messi's arrival.

"It’s a privilege, he’s great but I don’t make decisions on sudden impulses.

"I had made my decisions and I had thought long and hard about it.

"What could make me stay at PSG? We're far from it… since I wanted to leave Paris this summer.

"I'm not going to be the hypocrite, my ambition was clear. We will see what happens – my future is not my priority now.

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"I am attached to PSG, and if I had left this summer, it would have only been for Real Madrid.

"I continued playing in August and I had no problem with that. Why did I want to leave?

"I thought my adventure was over. If I had left, it would only have been to Real Madrid. Leaving PSG was the next logical step."

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