Real Madrid are days away from reportedly handing Paris Saint-Germain’s Kylian Mbappé a pre-contract proposal. As a reminder, the 25-year-old can agree to a deal that starts in the summer, as his current contract with the French giants expires in June 2024.
Nonetheless, Los Blancos are learning from past rejections, as reports suggest that the offer to the 2018 FIFA World Cup winner will come with a 15-day deadline.
Bernabeu Digital journalist Alex Alonso affirms his colleague’s information and unveils the deadline Real Madrid set for the Frenchman.
“If he does not give a clear answer to the Merengue leaders by January 15, the Madrid management will totally rule out his signature,” Alonso said (h/t Le10Sport).
As for PSG, the French giants are more concerned with improving the team during the January transfer window. It appears that the Parisians are content to let circumstances develop as they may.
The Ligue 1 side will reportedly add a center-back in São Paulo FC’s Lucas Beraldo. Furthermore, PSG wants to complete the transfer of Corinthians midfielder Gabriel Moscardo, so these files are probably more essential for the leaders.