Real Madrid had reportedly seen their first offer for Kylian Mbappé rejected by Paris Saint-Germain. However, that will not deteriorate the Spanish club from presenting a new proposal before the summer transfer window closes.
According to Le Parisien (via Canal Supporters), the capital club seeks €220-million, which is more than what PSG paid for when they made Mbappé’s move to the French capital official. For Les Parisiens, it’s vital to secure the amount they paid for if they chose to sell the 22-year-old.
PSG would have to pay AS Monaco €35-million if they either renew the player or sell him, so they’re taking into account that obligation. Nonetheless, the ball would be in Real Madrid’s court if they are willing to pay the astronomical price.
The Ligue 1 side has put a price that will cause Real Madrid to pause since the team has no intention to sell; they’re within their right to ask for that fee.
Since the start of the Real Madrid rumors, PSG has been adamant in working out a deal with Mbappé or the very least, letting him run out his contract while having one year of Lionel Messi, Neymar Jr., and him leading their attack.