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According to Sky Sports – Kylian Mbappe is out of contract in 10 months and believes he has been promised he can leave if any club matches the €180m PSG paid Monaco for him in 2017; Mbappe scored twice for PSG on Sunday evening as they won 2-0 at Reims
Real Madrid are considering raising their offer for Kylian Mbappe to £171.6m (€200m).
The Spanish club have already made a bid of £145.8m (€170m) plus £8.57m (€10m) in add-ons and are waiting for a response from PSG by 5pm UK time on Monday.
Anything past that and it will become more and more difficult for a deal to be done, especially because Mbappe is due to be with the France squad at Clairefontaine.
Madrid are considering raising their offer to £154.4m (€180m), or £145.8m (€170m) plus £25.7m (€30m) in add ons.
Goal reports – Los Blancos ready to wait until January after PSG fail to respond to bid
Real Madrid are set to end their interest in signing Kylian Mbappe from PSG this summer, reports Sky Sports.
Los Blancos submitted an improved bid worth €170m (£146m/$200m) plus add-ons and set a deadline of 5pm UK time on Monday for PSG to respond.
Having failed to receive a response Real are now ready to pull out of the deal and wait until January, when the France international can sign a pre-contract agreement to join on a free transfer next summer.
Marca are reporting that Mbappe has published a new post on Instagram, although it doesn’t offer any clues about his future. He has arrived at the French national team camp and shared a photo along with emojis in the colours of the French flag.
Real Madrid have offered 170 million euros, plus 10m euros more in add-ons, but PSG won’t accept that and are clear that the player won’t be sold for that amount. The club’s hierarchy believe that Mbappe is worth much more than that, even if he only has one year remaining on his current contract.
Real Madrid had improved their initial €160 million offer on Thursday, as PSG had refused to entertain negotiations for Mbappe. Now, it seems that the French club think that €180 million are not enough for a player whose contract expires in just 10 months. SBnation reports