Kylian Mbappe has reportedly decided to wait until after the European Championships this summer to decide on his future at Paris Saint-Germain.
The French international's contract with the Parisian club is due to expire at the end of next season and he has attracted the interest of many top European clubs, including Liverpool and Real Madrid.
Mbappe will be looking to add to his World Cup winners' medal with France this summer at Euro 2020 and he has decided to focus on his national team before making a decision on his club future.
The Mirror reports that the 22-year-old wants assurances over PSG's plans for the upcoming transfer window before committing to the club on a longer-term basis.
Speaking after PSG's French Cup win, Mbappe told reporters: "You have to enjoy the title, that's the most important thing. Look at all the people who are happy! This is the most important thing and I am the first happy guy.
"We work every day to have this type of emotion, reward and recognition. It's the work of a whole group, a whole staff who work every day for us, for the club and of course the supporters who could not be there. We think about them a lot and this title is for them.
"When you play for Paris Saint-Germain, one of the best clubs in the world, the biggest club in the country, every title counts to go down in history. Plus it's a young club, we want to be part of this history and it's a great stage today."
Mbappe has scored 131 goals and provided 61 assists in 170 appearances for the club, since arriving in 2017.