Real Madrid have set a deadline for Paris Saint-Germain to reply to their €170+10 million offer for the transfer of Kylian Mbappe, according to a report from El Chiringuito which was later confirmed by RMC. PSG will have to send their reply before Monday, 6pm CEST or Real Madrid will withdraw their offer.
So far, PSG have not replied to any of Real Madrid’s two offers for Mbappe. First, the club sent a €160 million offer, which was publicly rejected by PSG sporting director Leonardo. The French club never officially replied to that offer, though. Madrid improved their bid and sent a €170+10 million offer for Mbappe on Thursday and PSG have not replied either.
Mbappe will likely play for Paris Saint-Germain this Sunday, as L’Equipe reported today that he will be included in the team’s squad list to face Reims.
Madrid’s odds of landing Mbappe this summer seem to have taken a big hit in recent hours after PSG’s decision not to respond to their offers, but Los Blancos have not given up and with this deadline they are trying to at least receive some kind of reply from PSG.