Mbappe has already been linked with several major clubs as the summer transfer window rapidly approaches, although perhaps the best decision for the prospect to make would be to remain at Monaco, where he would be guaranteed regular playing time.
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The Monaco sensation, 18, has been incredible for the French giants this season.
Monaco star Kylian Mbappe has refused to commit his future to the newly crowned Ligue 1 champions, amidst speculation that a host of top European clubs are keen to sign the youngster.
"Look, he is still young enough to develop there and I am sure we will see him in the Premier League sooner rather than later".
Speaking to L'Equipe, the chief said: "We are not here to decide in the place of men, block them, tell them yes or no".
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Whether that will be enough to spare boss Slaven Bilic from the sack remains to be seen amid reports his job could be in danger. Manuel Lanzini's 65th-minute strike proved decisive as West Ham ensured they are now mathematically safe from relegation.
"We don't have a budget problem and we're not obliged to sell them, but the day when a player or coach wants to leave, it's unimaginable that we will keep them against their will".
Mbappe, dubbed the new Thierry Henry, has been linked to Real Madrid and Manchester United and it would be hard for Monaco to resist an eye-watering offer for the 18-year-old. You don't keep a man against his will. Sadly, Gomes as a six-year-old player is probably more use than Rooney is now.
'You know, (Anthony) Martial, it was he who wanted to leave and we can understand'.
Yet, according to Rybolovlev, while Monaco don't need to offload players for financial reasons, the club may be unable to stop players leaving.
The France starlet, who is contracted with Monaco until June 2019, would command a world-record, but Mbappe has made it clear he will not move to any club and sit on the bench.