Paris Saint-Germain have reportedly launched a fresh assault to snatch Monaco starlet Kylian Mbappe from under Real Madrid’s noses.
According to L’Equipe, PSG’s new sporting director Antero Henrique has “arrived with force” and already contracted Mbappe’s camp about the possibility of a transfer.
Furthermore, relations between Monaco and PSG “are good” for the Frenchman to make the move, to the extent that both club could meet in the next few days.
Madrid have reportedly had offers of €100m and €115m rejected by the principality outfit but are expected to go back in with a €135m bid.
However, Le Parisien claims a meeting is scheduled between Monaco and the teenage attacker, where he will state his intention of staying put for another season.
This is because he is guaranteed minutes at Stade Louis II ahead of the 2018 World Cup next summer.
“Why am I going to play less if I join a big club? I don’t know where I’ll be, but I’m not scared,” Mbappe was quoted as saying recently by AS.