Real Madrid are willing to spend up to €250 million for the 24-year-old French international.
Real Madrid are likely to clinch the largest summer move of the 2023 season after striking a deal with Paris Saint-Germain to purchase Kylian Mbappe.
The 24-year-old French forward has been a longtime goal for Los Blancos. The club president Florentino Perez being a major admirer of the 2022 FIFA World Cup Golden Ball winner.
According to Sportskeeda, the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, and Perez have agreed on a €250 million agreement for Mbappe to join Real Madrid this summer, including €50 million in incentives.
PSG have opted to cash in on their French superstar this summer after informing the reigning Ligue 1 winners that he will not be extending his contract in Paris beyond 2024.
Mbappe, the 2022/23 Ligue 1 MVP, is poised to replace fellow Frenchman Karim Benzema, who departed the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium earlier this month for Saudi Pro League winners Al-Ittihad.
Real Madrid to extended Mbappe’s contract until 2029
Mbappe is likely to sign a 5-year contract with Real Madrid after his transfer from PSG concludes this summer.
The 24-year-old attacker is likely to sign a contract with Los Blancos until the summer of 2029. He wants to go to Spain after Los Blancos agreed to a €250 million agreement, plus extra in add-ons.
Following his announcement that he would not be extending his current deal, Mbappe sent PSG into a spiral. Mbappe’s contract is near to expire in 2024.
Messi advises Mbappe on a transfer.
Earlier this week, Sports Brief reported on Lionel Messi providing Mbappe guidance and making a sly dig at PSG, just weeks before the Argentine joins Inter Miami in Major League Soccer.
With the French superstar’s future in Paris up in the air, the veteran urged his former teammate that he deserved to be a part of a “real winning project.”
Messi voiced his desire for Mbappe to join Barcelona. But also urged the 24-year-old to play for a team that competed for football’s most prestigious European prizes.