This Thursday afternoon, Real Madrid have reportedly another offer to Paris Saint-Germain for Kylian Mbappe. After initially bidding 160 million euros, this time they have upped their offer to 170m euros plus a potential 10m euros more in add-ons.
PSG’s sporting director Leonardo spoke on Wednesday and referenced the 180m euros that PSG were committed to paying to Monaco, following their 2017 acquisition of the young talent. With this offer of 170m euros plus 10m euros, Florentino Perez hopes to satisfy the French club’s wishes.
The reports of this new offer were first announced by El Chiringuito. The ball, therefore, is now back in PSG’s court, with five days remaining in this summer’s transfer window.
It has been reported elsewhere that PSG want 220m euros if they are to let Mbappe depart this summer, as they want to make a profit on the player if they lose him now. That’s despite the fact that he could be signed for free in 2022, when his current contract is due to expire.