Mega giant Paris Saint-Germain flaunts mega power with mega deal as they prepare a mega bid to land £163m Kylian Mbappe
- Kylian Mbappe had previously attracted interest from spanish jian Real Madrid and also Manchester city
- Its comes a week after PSG completed a world record fee of £198m for Neymar
Paris Saint-Germain have followed up there world record signing of Neymar with a mega deal prepared to acquire the signature of Kylian Mbappe from Monaco
Report claim that the Ligue 1 giant have reached an agreement over Mbappe and that a seal of approval is just required from the lawyers for the deal to be completed.
The clubs are exchanging documentation to finalise the transfer after Monaco reluctantly agreed to negotiate with PSG over a deal for their prized asset.
According to report, Mbappe was pushed in the direction of PSG by his father despite the striker’s desire to play for Real Madrid.
The move for Mbappe comes just a few days after PSG smatched the world transfer record to sign Neymar from Barcelona for £198million.
Should the Mbappe deal go through, it would be another huge statement of intent by PSG as their Quatar businessman owner bids to bring a Champions League trophy to the french capital in no time.
Al-Khelaifi rejected suggestions that Neymar’s arrival would infringe on UEFA’s Financial Fair Play rejections on Saturday and told critics of the transfer to ‘go have a coffee’.
However should PSG complete the £163million move for Mbappe, Nasser Al-Khelaifi will be set to face further questions about Financial Fair Play which he must be very much prepare for
Mbappe courted interest earlier from Madrid and later from Barcelona this summer following a stunning breakthrough season with Monaco, which saw him earn a call up to the France national team just at the age of just 18.
Madrid believed they had agreed a £160million deal to sign Mbappe last month but it was believed manager Zinedine Zidane fears the 18-year-old would struggle for playing time at the Bernabeu and such huge money shouldn’t be spent on the teenager.
Arsenal and both Manchester clubs had also pursued Mbappe this transfer window but PSG now look to have stolen a march on their rivals in the race to sign the teenager.
Mbappe featured for the Ligue 1 holders in their first match of the new season on Friday but was forced off after picking up a knock during the 3-2 home win over Toulouse, Monaco said they expect him to be fit for Sunday’s trip to Dijon.
He has played just 41 league games and scoring 26 goals for Monaco since breaking into their first team, meaning a £163million fee values the striker at a staggering £4million per game.
Mbappe would become the third key member of Monaco’s title-winning squad to leave the Stade Louis II this summer should he join PSG.
Bernardo Silva and Benjamin Mendy moved to Manchester City for £43million and £52million respectively while Tiemoue Bakayoko joined Chelsea in a £40million deal which leaves Monaco depicted of quality and could also be a factor in Mbappe wanting to leave for a bigger and better challenge else where