Paris Saint-Germain have opened contract negotiations with Neymar and Kylian Mbappe, says the club's sporting director Leonard.
Mbappe and Neymar's contracts with PSG are set to expire in 2022 and Leonard revealed on Tuesday that talks are underway. Leonardo also said talks with Angel Di Maria and Juan Bernat are also ongoing.
"All the extensions we're considering, we've started to talk about. I think they'll escalate over the coming weeks," he told the club's video channel.
The former Brazilian midfielder also opened up on his relationship with PSG boss Thomas Tuchek, admitting it has improved since they made their differing opinions about the summer transfer market public media interviews.
"That sort of thing happens, we spoke, the situation is now clear for everyone," he said.
"The truth and the facts are that internally we've never thought about changing Tuchel. We've never called anyone," he added.
The Champions League runners-up have lost two of their opening three group stage matches this term, but Leonardo denied PSG had looked at replacing the German.
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