Mauricio Pochettino expects Kylian Mbappe's future to be "cleared up soon" as his contract continues to wind down.
The Frenchman again showcased his quality this week with a hat-trick in his side's 4-1 win at the Nou Camp.
Mbappe has less than 18 months remaining on his current deal with the Parisians keen to tie him down long-term.
Negotiations are on going and Pochettino, who was only appointed in December, is confident that PSG can provide him with the perfect platform going forward.
"We are confident that PSG can give Mbappe all the tools he needs to be happy in his sporting career," he said.
"I think it's an issue that will be cleared up soon. We're working to keep him at PSG for many years."
PSG will have to shell out a hefty fee depending on Mbappe's next move however.
The French champions signed him from Monaco in 2017, initially on loan, before parting with a mammoth £163m.
Should Mbappe extend his deal at the Parc des Princes or be sold on then they will have to pay Monaco just over £30m as per the agreement they signed, reports Marca.
The 22-year-old, who has scored 101 times for the Parisians, recently said he wanted to take some time before making a decision.
He told Telefoot: “We are talking with the club. I said that I am reflecting on it too, because I think it is a signature, that if I sign, I am investing myself for the long term into PSG.
"And I am very happy here. I have always been very happy here. The fans and the club have always helped me. And I will always be very thankful to the club.
"I want to think about what I want to do in the coming years, where I want to be, and that is now I will be reflecting on it.
"I think that yes, I will have to soon make a decision. But for now I am in deep thought. If I had the answer today, I would have given it today."
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