PSG likely to accept Real Madrid’s €180m bid for Mbappe

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Real Madrid have been in contact with PSG to sign the French talent Kylian Mbappe. Florentino Pérez has been trying to engineer a move for Mbappe since last summer. Mbappe is entering his final year of contract which could see him leave PSG as a free agent.

Real Madrid have made their first bid for the winger in the region of £137m. PSG rejected Madrid’s first bid for Mbappe. Meanwhile, the PSG board is aware that Mbappe aspires to play for Madrid. But they are holding out for a bigger fee. Florentino Pérez revealed that Paris Saint-Germain ‘answered rudely’ when the offer was made. PSG were confident that Real Madrid will make a better offer and they were right.

Real Madrid submitted a second bid worth €180m bid to PSG for Kylian Mbappe. They are confident that this bid would be enough to make Mbappe a Real Madrid player. Meanwhile, the second offer of €180m consists of a direct €170m with €10m in add-ons. According to ESPN, the add-ons conditions are easily achievable. If PSG rejects this bid it’s unlikely that Real Madrid will go for another bid. Mbappe has already rejected a contract extension and clubs would be able to negotiate with Mbappe from January 2022 as a free agent.

Real Madrid have not made any significant signings since 2019. Moreover, they have raised over €80m from the sales of Raphael Varane to Manchester United and Martin Odegaard to Arsenal this summer.

Mbappe has scored 133 goals and registered 63 assists in 174 appearances for PSG since his debut. He is ready to give up the chance of playing with a superstar flooded team with the likes of Lionel Messi, Sergio Ramos, Neymar, and Gianluigi Donnarumma at PSG. He aspires to be the next big thing at Real Madrid and a new superstar at the newly renovated Santiago Bernabéu.

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