Christopher Nkunku has signed a new contract with RB Leipzig until the summer of 2026, pledging his immediate future to the Bundesliga club following enquiries from Manchester United and Chelsea in recent months.
Although a long-term deal, 90min understands that a release clause inserted into the contract will become active next summer.
Nkunku joined Leipzig from Paris Saint-Germain in 2019 for a reported €13m plus add-ons but went on to have a breakout season in a more advanced role in 2021/22, scoring 35 times in total and recording a further 19 assists in 50 appearances.
PSG were interested on re-signing Nkunku this summer. 90min understands that Kylian Mbappe, who committed himself to the club after turning down a move to Real Madrid, was particularly keen on reuniting with the 24-year-old in the French capital.
However, Leipzig were clear that Nkunku would not be sold this summer – his release clause does make a transfer next year more likely, though.