Saudi side Al Hilal have reportedly offered Kylian Mbappe a whooping €200m per-year deal to join the club. The deal also includes a release clause for the French man to join Real Madrid.
Mbappe, 24, was excluded from PSG’s preseason tour of Japan and South Korea due to his high-profile contract dispute with the club.
The striker has a deal with the French giants through the summer of 2024, but he has so far declined to sign a contract extension in Paris as new Real Madrid rumours continue to circulate.
Due to this, PSG’s owners now insist that he must be sold if he cannot reach a new contract, and the team is prepared to settle for less than the £155 million they paid Monaco to get him in 2017.
Al-Hilal, one of the four Saudi Pro League clubs owned by the Public Investment Fund, has reportedly offered a hugely lucrative offer, according to Italian writer Tancredi Palmer.
He claims they have made a two-year offer to the player worth €200 million (£173.2 million), with the possibility of a release clause reserved only for Real Madrid after the first year.
According to the article, they would also pay PSG a transfer price of €200 million (£173.2 million), which would certainly meet the Parisians’ demands to release him.
Mbappe is said to have reservations about moving to Saudi Arabia, but if Los Blancos is unable to pay a fee this year, the offer from Al-Hilal could provide a solution for all parties. Mbappe is reportedly willing to sit out the season to force through a move to Real on a free transfer next summer.
He has long been associated with Real, but last summer he chose to remain with PSG and accept a new contract for £650,000 per week.
The Frenchman has already spoken out against the hierarchy and threatened to leave Paris for free when his contract expires, so things have been bad in Paris.
Mbappe is the captain of France and would like to stay in shape leading up to Euro 2024; however, the young lad has no worries about sitting out the entire season.
Nasser Al-Khelaifi, the PSG chairman, reportedly said that it would be “impossible” for Mbappe to go for free.
The Al Hilal offer would be an easy way out for all parties, but the World Cup winner would not want to play outside Europe at this point in his career.
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