Real Madrid will be making its move for Kylian Mbappé once the January transfer window opens up on Monday. The Spanish side will reportedly give the 25-year-old, whose contract expires in June 2024, a deadline to accept their pre-contract offer.
Los Blancos are standing firm after past rejections. Nonetheless, a report out of Spain suggests that the La Liga side doesn’t see this pursuit of the Frenchman as a saga.
According to COPE’s Arancha Rodríguez, there is no Mbappé saga for Real Madrid. The club believes that their train passes once and that before taking a step, they must have a transparent gesture from the player that he wants to play in the Spanish capital.
For Real Madrid, there is no Mbappé saga. The club considers that their train passes just once and that before taking a step, they must have a clear signal from the player that he wants to play for Real Madrid.
— Madrid Universal (@MadridUniversal) December 29, 2023
Real Madrid reportedly plans to extend the same offer to Mbappé again in 2022: a €26 million net wage and a €130 million signing bonus.
Meanwhile, with the French side, L’Equipe reports that PSG is optimistic about the chances of Mbappé signing a contract extension with the club despite the strong interest from Real Madrid.