French footballer Kylian Mbappe has a number of options to consider as his contract at PSG ends, but the World Cup winner has already canceled Holland’s application to join Tottenham.
What did Holland say about Kylian Mbappe?
As it stands, Kylian Mbappe is set to hit a free agency in the summer of 2022, with no fresh terms agreed at the Parc des Princes. Leading clubs from across Europe are hoping to enter negotiations from January, with La Liga giants Real Madrid expected to lead the charge, but there appears to be little chance of a global icon heading north London.
London-born actor Tom Holland, who is starring in the upcoming Marvel blockbuster Spider-Man: No Way Home, revealed that he was shackled while doing a play for Kylian on behalf of the team he supports at the recent Ballon d’Or ceremony at Paris.
Tom Holland said that the other day they went to the Ballon d’Or and met Lionel Messi, it was crazy. They met Kylian, Tom actually asked Kylian hey nice to meet you and he was very friendly. And Tom said he had to come to Tottenham and he just burst out laughing.
A little about the topic
The 22-year-old France national team player was caught on camera telling Holland that it would be impossible for him to contact Spurs, but he has some big decisions about his future. Chances are that Kylian Mbappe will be on the move next year, as Paris Saint-Germain still hasn’t been able to rip off fresh conditions with one of the most sought-after talent on the planet.
They’ve seen Kylian register 124 goals for them in 150 appearances, but are in serious danger of seeing one of their star players slip his net. The real ones have not made a secret of their desire to acquire a long-term target, having seen the big money approach shot down in the summer of 2021, and remain confident that they can add another Galactico to their ranks.
Spurs, meanwhile, will have to turn their attention elsewhere, amid ongoing questions about how long Kane will hold out at Tottenham Hotspur and Conte is currently linked to the in-demand striker Fiorentina Vlahovic.