Paris Saint-Germain have rejected Real Madrid’s €170+10 million offer for striker Kylian Mbappe, according to a report published this morning on MARCA. With just 36 hours to go before the end of the transfer window, a deal between both clubs seems unlikely, per that same report.
Real Madrid had improved their initial €160 million offer on Thursday, as PSG had refused to entertain negotiations for Mbappe. Now, it seems that the French club think that €180 million are not enough for a player whose contract expires in just 10 months.
Madrid will keep working to sign Mbappe this summer and other offers are not ruled out, per that same report from MARCA. If PSG end up keeping Mbappe, they will keep trying to extend his contract, something which would definitely end the rumors saying that Real Madrid are landing the French striker in 2022.
Stay tuned for more Mbappe news ahead of the deadline.