Paris Saint-Germain will reportedly offer striker Kylian Mbappe a bumper contract extension to ward off interest from Real Madrid.
Marca cite a report from Le Parisien which claims the French champions will offer Mbappe a new contract on ‘Neymar levels’ with an annual net salary of €40m.
This comes in the wake of fresh reports that Madrid have set aside €300m to land the France international, following a plethora of coverage that he is their long-term transfer objective.
AS Monaco president Vadim Vasilyev revealed this weekend: “Mbappe has told me of his desire to go to Real Madrid.”
In October, Le10 Sport cited claims that Mbappe will be offered a whopping €650k per week by Los Blancos – a wage which will only be bettered in football by Lionel Messi’s annual wage of €40m at Barcelona.
The striker is said by reports to be the ‘long-term goal’ for Madrid and is said to be a cornerstone of Zinedine Zidane’s demands to strengthen his side.
El Chiringuito reported in September that Madrid have already paid €35m plus a further €5m in variables for the deal, with a total payment of €225m plus €50m in variables, in what was an outlandish claim.
The 20-year-old striking sensation scooped the Ligue 1 player of the year award for last season and hinted that he could be open to a move to another club, with Madrid strongly linked.
Diario AS have previously that ‘a project outside of Paris could seduce him’ although a summer move this year is unlikely, ‘with not even a €300m bid enough’ to secure a move.
Mbappe has netted 69 goals in 97 games for PSG and was the top scorer in Ligue 1 last campaign with 32 strikes to his name.
The striker joined PSG from Monaco in the summer of 2017 for a total fee in the region of €170m – making him the world’s second most expensive player, behind teammate Neymar.