According to Spanish and French media on Tuesday, Real Madrid has made a bid of 160 million euros (188.11 million US dollars) for Paris Saint-Germain’s French forward Killian Mbabane.
There was no immediate comment from either club.
France’s L’Equipe says PSG’s position has not changed, with Ligue 1 club committed to keeping Mbappe at least until the end of their contract in June next year, even if he leaves nothing. Can
Spain’s Marca said the move was Real’s first move, looking at the long-time 22-year-old World Cup winner who scored 42 goals in all PSG matches last season and reportedly said: Was that he wants to go to Spain.
However, the fact remains that money was not an issue for the Emir of Qatar-owned PSG, The.com website quoted real sources as saying.
The offer was made on Sunday, Britain’s Sky Sports said.
Any sale of Mbappe would allow PSG to recoup some of the cost of Lionel Messi’s salary package when he signed the Argentine forward and won the Ballon d’Or six times from Barcelona.
PSG ended last season with just one major trophy, the French Cup, after losing the league title by one point to Laila and losing in the Champions League semi-finals.
Real, now under Italian Carlo Ancelotti, finished second to local rivals Atletico last season.
Embape joined PSG from AS Monaco in 2017, initially and then a year later on a 180 180 million contract.