Saudi Arabian side Al Hilal Make €300m Record Bid For Kylian Mbappe
Al-Hilal have reportedly offered Kylian Mbappe a mega-money offer of £173.2m-per-year (€200m) deal to join the club.
Mbappe, 24, is currently in a contract stand-off with PSG over his future and was left out of their pre-season tour of Japan and South Korea.
The striker is contracted to the French giants until the summer of 2024 but he has so far refused to sign an extension in Paris, with reports again linking him with a move to Real Madrid.
PSG’s owners have said he must be sold if he cannot agree on a new deal, with the club willing to accept less than the £155m they paid Monaco to sign him in 2017 to avoid losing him for nothing.
According to Italian journalist, Tancredi Palmeri, Al-Hilal – one of the four Saudi Pro League clubs owned by the Public Investment Fund has made a mega-money offer to sign him.
He claims they’ve offered the player €200m (£173.2m) per year on a two-year deal, which could include a release clause after the first year solely reserved to Real Madrid.
The report also states they would pay a €200m (£173.2m) transfer fee to PSG as well, which would likely satisfy the Parisians’ demands to let him go.
Mbappe – who is reportedly prepared to sit out the season to force through a move has been long linked with Real but opted to sign a new contract worth £650,000-per-week with PSG rather than join them last summer.