Kylian Mbappe: PSG received a 'brutal' offer!

He can be sold for 100 million euros by Paris Saint-Germain in order to prevent his free departure

by Sead Dedovic
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Kylian Mbappe: PSG received a 'brutal' offer!

According to reports, Kylian Mbappe won't be able to wear the shirt of French champion PSG anymore. After refusing to sign a new contract, the club kicked him out of the team and placed him on the transfer list. The first offers and speculations about the future of the French forward began to circulate soon after his recent association with Real Madrid was reported.

He is reportedly set to join them in the summer of 2024. He can be sold for 100 million euros by Paris Saint-Germain in order to prevent his free departure. Nevertheless, RMC reports that an unfair Saudi offer has already arrived, in which Al Hilal offers PSG and Mbappe unrealistic sums.

As a result of state support, this club is willing to give the Ligue 1 champion 200 million euros for a player whose contract expires next season, but that's nothing compared to what they are going to offer him for a one-year contract.

Kylian Mbappe and Al Hilal

Mbappe was reportedly offered 400 million euros. This is what Al Hilal offers him in tax-free money for a year, after which he can go to Real Madrid for free. Besides London Chelsea, another Premiership team has also shown interest in Mbappe, according to English media reports.

It appears that PSG is prepared to accept Al Hilal's offer at the moment. The leaders of PSG are disappointed with Mbappe and his behavior. Mbappe has been considering his options for a long time, and the leaders of PSG can no longer tolerate such things.

It seems the matter has reached a breaking point. Real Madrid is said to be his only destination for Mbappe. Mbappe is ready to do everything to become a member of Real Madrid. The Frenchman was linked with the Spanish team for seasons back, but after last summer it seemed that the door was closed for him. However, what few expected happened now.

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