Real Madrid has made an official bid for Paris Saint-Germain striker Kylian Mbappe, with a €160 million offer alleged to have been made.
The French club is contemplating the offer, and while there is a sense that it is primarily an indication of Madrid’s desire, sources close to the player emphasized on Tuesday night that the move is more likely to happen this window than before. Mbappe, according to the legit sources, now wants to go, presumably immediately.
The 22-year-contract old’s is expiring in a year, and he has declined three fresh contract extensions from PSG. Like would create an enormous rush for one of the most significant free transfers in history next summer, but it now seems that Madrid is striving to get ahead of the game in what will be a major landmark for both La Liga and the club.
The Bernabeu management is one of several that has been damaged by Covid, specifically since the stadium is being remodeled. They have, however, been reforming their funds in order to be able to come back for a classic Galactico signing.
According to reports in the French press, PSG has initially rejected Real Madrid’s first offer. Managing Madrid, on the other hand, can confirm Le Parisien’s story that PSG has refused to react to the first offer, while Real Madrid has yet to get some kind of answer.
This would be Madrid’s first official move for Mbappe, who had initially alerted PSG that he will not be renewing his contract, so the ball is now in their court to make a choice. It’s now up to them to decide whether they want to hold Mbappe against his will and possibly lose him as a free agent next summer or sell him for €160 million.
According to rumors out of France, PSG is not willing to sell the player. However, the scenario may have changed in recent days as Mbappe allegedly rebuffed yet another offer from the French club to renew his contract.