Paris Saint-Germain may be headed towards a complicated transfer saga over the final days of the ongoing summer transfer window.
Real Madrid has made a late push to sign Kylian Mbappe on a permanent transfer deal. One recent report noted that the La Liga side made a €160 million offer to PSG for the forward, but the French powerhouse declined the deal.
PSG sporting director Leonardo confirmed that he sees Mbappe well wants to leave the club, but he has not made a final declaration on whether to sell the forward.
Now, as noted by France Bleu, PSG club officials would consider parting ways with Mbappe if the club receives an offer of at least €200 million for him.
This would be notable as Mbappe has a mere one season remaining on his current contract deal with PSG.
It is currently not known whether Real Madrid would even consider adding another €40 million to its initial offer for the forward.
This transfer saga may drag on until the final day of the transfer window.