Spanish giants Real Madrid are reported to have submitted a second bid as they attempt to win the signature of Kylian Mbappe.
The bid estimated to be 170 million euros is an improved offer from the initial offer of 150 million euros that was turned down by the French giants who are hopeful that he will remain with them.
Mbappe who is keen to join Real Madrid has made his intentions clear at the start of the season as the Spaniards work hard to meet his valuation that is not enough for PSG to let him go.
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According to PSG, the Spaniards are clearly acting without respect accusing them of meeting directly with the player and his family in a bid to sign him before the August 31st deadline.
“Confirmed. Real Madrid made a new official bid to Paris Saint-Germain for Kylian Mbappé. €170m guaranteed + €10m add ons.
Real Madrid sources feeling is that it will be the final bid. Mbappé only wants Real Madrid, now or next summer.
Kylian Mbappé has been so clear again today with people close to him: he only wants to join Real Madrid. This summer if PSG will find an agreement with Real, next summer if not. He only dreams of Real Madrid.” Said Fabrizio Romano.
The news comes at a time when tension is running high at Real Madrid over the news as both players and the coach have been advised to remain silent over the transfer. Karim Benzema is reported to have contacted Mbappe.
PSG who look to have lost the talented Frenchman have turned down the chance to sign Cristiano Ronaldo from Juventus. This is after his agent Jorge Mendes meeting Manchester City’s board over his transfer.
Juventus are requesting 25 million euros for the Portuguese star as Manchester City look into his salary concerns of 500,000 euros per week.