Why do you think I am keeping a very close tab on this engine? Plus what Safran wants to develop now for their future fighter is still behind this engine. However I do not know if Russians will clear it for export just as an engine. They will tie up Su-57 with this engine.
In terms of temperature, apparently SAFRAN plans to achieve the same as the Russians, about 2100K, but the Russian engine will get IOC in 2025, while SAFRAN's prototype for test aircraft will come out only after 2025. The French engine will naturally have better quality, and design, but a post 2030-35 IOC is too far away. Both are expected to be variable cycle designs.
Also, yeah, they won't export the engine without a PAK FA deal. And it has to be a large deal, which is the main problem. Even then, there's no guarantee they will allow its export for MSA because the Russians are planning to develop a smaller single-engine aircraft with the AL-51 under Mig. Another big problem is CAATSA. A Russian engine on MSA will close many markets because of CAATSA initially, so the aircraft has to be made to carry all possible engines of that class if it has to be an export success in the single engine category.
The way I see it, I'm very pessimistic about any one of these high thrust engines becoming available for MSA. You may have to chase after a twin-engine design for now. But the available technical specs of the AL-51 is the highest right now, and no one compares with it. I remember reading an article a few years ago, where a Saturn executive claimed Russia will take the lead in engine technology with an operational AL-51, looks like it's coming true.