Real Madrid have sent their first offer for Paris Saint-Germain’s attacker Kylian Mbappe, according to a report from El Chiringuito’s Josep Pedrerol. Los Blancos have offered €160 million, per that same report. The report was later confirmed by French radio station RMC and several other outlets.
Apparently and according to some French media, PSG have rejected this first offer from Real Madrid. However, Managing Madrid can confirm Le Parisien’s report informing that PSG have not replied to that first offer yet, as Real Madrid have not received any kind of reply.
This would be Madrid’s first “official” move for Mbappe and the player has already informed the French club that he will not extend his contract, so the ball is now on PSG’s court and they must make a decision. It’s time for them to decide if they want to keep Mbappe against his will, losing him as a free agent next summer or if they want to cash in those €160 million.
So far, reports from France have suggested that PSG are not interested in selling the player. However, the situation might have changed in recent days after Mbappe reportedly rejected yet another offer to extend his contract with the French club.
Both clubs have only one more week before the end of the transfer window, so if they want to reach an agreement they will have to get it done in a short period of time.