Kylian Mbappe Camp Doubts Real Madrid Offer
Similar to nearly two years ago, Mbappe’s contract at Parc des Princes is about to expire, and he is being strongly linked to a move to Los Blancos.
The 2018 World Cup winner had already made a last-minute U-turn to extend his stay in the French city, but Real has subsequently gone back to the bargaining table.
Mbappe is in a position to hold formal talks over a pre-contract deal because he has just over four and a half months left on his contract.
The 25-year-old is more likely to go to the Bernabeu than stay in his native country, according to several claims that have surfaced in recent weeks.
However, Mbappe hasn’t received an offer from any of his long-term pursuers that has persuaded him to accept a new challenge, according to The Athletic.
According to the source, his entourage has been divided on whether the versatile attacker should accept a deal that has been presented to him or not.
According to reports, Real Madrid is willing to pay Mbappe the highest salary of any player; however, the terms are reportedly less than what he would have received two years prior.
However, it is alleged that PSG has made a more generous offer than the league leaders and reigning champions.
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez is purportedly of the belief that he has exhausted all efforts to persuade Mbappe to leave PSG during a seven-year tenure.
PSG is reportedly “relaxed” about the scenario despite continuing to be dubious, as a result of knowing that Mbappe has been considering his choices since last summer.
According to La Liga president Javier Tebas, there is “more than 50% likelihood” that Mbappe will sign for Real Madrid because the Spanish team has been prudent with their spending lately and has an expanded wage ceiling for 2024–2025.
With a 4-0 victory over Girona in second place on Saturday, Carlo Ancelotti grabbed command of the continuing title fight and moved five points clear at the top of the standings.