With less than a week to go before four-time All-Star shortstop Francisco Lindor will stop discussing a long-term contract with the New York Mets, per his own words, it appears the two parties are no closer to putting pen to paper on an agreement than they were a week ago. 

On Friday, Deesha Thosar of the New York Daily News tweeted that there is "still no movement" on contract extension talks between Lindor and the Mets: 

This follows an SNY report from March 19 that said the "Mets are almost certainly willing to get to $300 million to lock up Lindor" but added the two were "not currently close on what constitutes a fair price."