Manchester United are the latest club to make a bid for Monaco striker Kylian Mbappe.
- United’s offer reported to be around £113m
- Arsenal, Manchester City and Real Madrid have also made bids
- Wenger has urged player to pick his next club carefully
Reports in Spain claim that Manchester United have made an offer of £113m for Mbappe as Jose Mourinho looks to strengthen his frontline.
Mbappe is in high demand after a stellar season and the news of another club bidding will come as no surprise to Arsenal.
Arsenal are believed to be pushing hard for the 18-year-old and will reportedly bid an improved £122m.
With so many clubs involved, it seems that his price tag will grow larger. The wealth of the competition will be a real test of how high Arsenal are willing to go.
Arsene Wenger has urged Mbappe to chose his next club wisely and believes that the guarantee of first team football and a starting spot up front will convince him to pick Arsenal.