Real Madrid are ready to send their first offer for Paris Saint-Germain attacker Kylian Mbappe. Los Blancos will offer €120 million, according to French newspaper Le Parisien, who tend to be very reliable when it comes to PSG news.
While Madrid’s strategy was to wait for PSG to call them after realizing that Mbappe is not going to sign an extension with the French club, Los Blancos have apparently decided to send some offers hoping that PSG will accept to at least negotiate the transfer of the attacker, whose current deal expires in the summer of 2022 and could leave as a free agent then.
Le Parisien’s report also indicates that PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi still believes that Mbappe will eventually sign an extension with the club, something which would be devastating news for Real Madrid.
A report from Gazzetta Dello Sport published this Thursday suggested that Mbappe was going to talk to PSG’s board about his decision to leave the club next Monday.
If that happens and Real Madrid send their €120 million offer, it will be hard for Al-Khelaifi not to at least try to secure an expensive fee for his attacker.