The contract of Kylian Mbappé will expire in a few months, and reports of the economic demands are beginning to surface when it comes to what his entourage would want from Real Madrid.
According to Spanish journalist Eduardo Inda (via Fichajes), Mbappé’s representatives ask for a signing bonus of around €120-million, which would be less than the €200-million they reportedly offered Pars Saint-Germain last summer.
Despite having their eyes set on the 23-year-old, Marca (via Fichajes) reports that there are issues regarding image rights, which continue to be the main obstacle between Mbappé’s entourage, his parents, and Real Madrid.
As a general rule, Madrid has 50-percent of its players’ image rights, a figure that could change to facilitate the arrival of the PSG forward to the Santiago Bernabéu. This assignment would serve as compensation to reach the €25-million per season that the player wants.
A request that Real Madrid denied was the transfer of a percentage of the sales of shirts. Nonetheless, the Spanish media outlet adds the arrival of Mbappé in the Spanish capital continues to need work.