Al Hilal offered Mbappé 200 million euros per year for a two-year contract, maybe with a one-year release clause designated specifically for Real Madrid. They would also offer PSG 200 million euros.
For Kylian Mbappé, a Saudi Arabian club named Al-Hilal has made a record-breaking offer, reportedly worth €300 million (£259 million). The transfer comes after Paris Saint-Germain left the attacker out of their pre-season tour of Japan, vowing to sell him until he signs a new deal.
There have been no conversations between Al-Hilal and Mbappé, and PSG remains certain that the 24-year-old has decided to join Real Madrid on a free transfer next summer. Mbappé joined PSG from Monaco in 2018 for a fee of £166 million.
In June, it was revealed that Mbappé had issued an official letter to PSG, advising them that he will decline the option of a one-year contract extension next summer.
The club’s president, Nasser al-Khelaifi, stated the following month: “If Kylian wants to stay, we want him to stay.”
“However, he must sign a new deal.”
We cannot afford to lose the finest player in the world for free.”
Al-Hilal’s bid comes at a time when Saudi Pro League clubs are spending big money on European stars.
Al Hilal is one of the four groups in the nation that Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund. That group also owns a majority of Newcastle United, controls.
The club has signed Rben Neves, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, and Kalidou Koulibaly. They are nearing agreements with Zenit Saint Petersburg and Fulham to sign attackers Malcom and Aleksandar Mitrovic.