Paris Saint-Germain finally came to agreement of €180 million offer from Real Madrid for Kylian Mbappe which is an improved offer after previous offer hit the rock.
Current update on the deal include that the bid comes in the figures of €170m (145.8m) plus a further €10m (£8.5m) in add-ons. As at Thursday 26th August when the two European giants came to terms of agreement pending official announcement to be made on Friday.
Mbappe, 22, is now partially a player of the Spanish giants after PSG accepted the improved offer pending when everything that concerns the deal is sealed and concluded.
Mbappe earlier disclosed clearly that he wants to take a long walk away from the French side for Real Madrid this summer, after snubbing many attempts from PSG to discuss a new contract extension.
The Frenchman and World Cup winner current deal with PSG will elapse at the end of the 2021/2020 season, meaning that PSG would stand a chance of losing him on a free transfer next year.
Madrid had earlier made an offer of €160m (£137m) for Mbappe which was rejected by PSG. The club needed the attacker to leave on their teams despite him disclosing that he won’t stay again.
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