Paris Saint-Germain have offered Kylian Mbappe £200k-per-week to leave Monaco this summer.
- PSG want to significantly increase Mbappe’s wages
- They’ve yet to make a bid
- Arsenal were interested
PSG appear to have moved ahead of the queue to sign Mbappe now that Arsenal and Real Madrid have cooled their interest.
According to The Sun, PSG reportedly want to offer Mbappe £200k-per-week to leave Monaco, which would apparently increase his wages by 1150%.
While that’s all well and good, the Parisian club have yet to make a formal offer to Monaco for the player.
The Ligue 1 side are asking for more than £100m for the 18-year-old, which is a lot for a teenager who only emerged on the big scene six months ago.
Such is his talent though that clubs are willing to go that far. Even Arsenal, for a period, was thinking about it after they had an £87m bid rejected.
Since then, Arsenal have signed Lacazette, and bar anything drastic they probably won’t be putting in another for Mbappe.