The Kylian Mbappé transfer saga is already kicking off, despite the January transfer window opening in a few weeks. Mbappé will become a free agent next year and can agree to a pre-contract once the calendar turns to 2024.
While Mbappé is on their radar, Los Blancos are putting their foot down and have reportedly set a deadline for how long the player has to accept their offer, which is 15 days.
Is Real Madrid ready to concede on one stance for Kylian Mbappé?
Recently, information from Spain revealed that Real Madrid will be giving the 24-year-old a salary below what he earns at Paris Saint-Germain. Nonetheless, the La Liga side is ready to compromise on one stance.
According to Tomás González-Martín, a journalist for El Debate (h/t Bernabeu Digital), the white club will give up part of its rights and grant him at least 60 percent of them. This is a unique case since Real Madrid has never exceeded 50 percent in this section.
Real Madrid president Florentino Pérez is willing to make an exception since the Frenchman manages most of the income he generates from his image rights. Will it be enough for the winger to head to the Spanish capital? Only time will tell.