Real Madrid 'seriously considering' a third offer of £172M for Mbappe

The €200MILLION man?! Real Madrid are ‘seriously considering’ a third offer of £172MILLION for PSG star Kylian Mbappe with just 24 hours left for the Spanish side to seal blockbuster deal

  • Real Madrid are desperately trying to land PSG striker Kylian Mbappe this month
  • Mbappe is out of contract next summer in Paris and has not signed a new deal 
  • The 22-year-old scored twice on Sunday and now Real Madrid need a big bid 

Real Madrid’s desire to land Kylian Mbappe this summer could see them tempted into a third offer of €200million (£172m), according to reports in France.

Two offers for Mbappe, who is out of contract in Paris at the end of next season, have so far proven unsuccessful for the Spanish giants but they remain focused. 

French daily newspaper L’Equipe report that a third and final offer of £172m could be made to force PSG into cashing in on their star striker. 

Mbappe, 22, has been Madrid’s top priority for some time, with Los Blancos keen to land the Frenchman during Zinedine Zidane’s tenure and the objective remains the same under Carlo Ancelotti. 

 Real Madrid are reportedly ready to offer €200m (£172m) to land striker Kylian Mbappe

 Reports in France say Real president Florentino Perez is ‘considering’ a third and final bid

Real Madrid have tried to remain confident of landing Mbappe despite their second bid of €180m (£154m) being knocked back by Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi.

The improved offer, confirmed by the Spanish club to Sportsmail, of €170m (£145m) plus €10m (£9m) in add-ons was tabled on Thursday but Al-Khelaifi responded: ‘Our position is clear. We will not change it or repeat it.’

PSG had reacted angrily to Madrid’s first bid on Tuesday of €160m (£137m). 

Sporting Director Leonardo accused the 13 times European Cup holders of ‘illegal and disrespectful behaviour’.

Real want Mbappe to be available to Carlo Ancelotti (pictured) to face Celta Vigo on Sept. 11

Nonetheless, Real Madrid remain in position with club director Emilio Butragueno, speaking at the Champions League draw, saying the Spanish club was ‘calm and patient’ over its push to sign the 22-year-old forward. 

Mbappe started for PSG on Sunday night despite the speculation and be performed superbly on what he described as the ‘perfect night’, scoring twice in a 2-0 win over Reims in which Lionel Messi made his debut. 

That performance will do little to loosen PSG’s grip on one of the game’s brightest young stars and Real know they face a fight with the window ready to close.

They want Mbappe to make his LaLiga debut on September 11 when Real Madrid return to the Santiago Bernabeu in front of a reduced 40,000 capacity.

Despite the pandemic wiping €300m (£257m) off revenue since the pandemic they say two frugal summers without a major signing have left them in a position to smash their transfer record for the French forward.   

Mbappe is one of the most in-demand players on the planet as his stock continues to soar

Madrid made no signings last summer and have so far signed only David Alaba on a free transfer from Bayern Munich, while selling Martin Odegaard to Arsenal and Raphael Varane to Manchester United. 

Real boss Carlo Ancelotti refused to be drawn on his side’s pursuit of Mbappe when he spoke to the media on Friday.

‘Mbappe’s case is a matter for those in charge of the club,’ Ancelotti told a news conference. ‘I cannot say anymore. I think only about coaching the team, preparing for the game and managing the players well.

‘Everything that the politics of football entails, it does not matter to me. He (Mbappe) is a great player but I think we have great players here too. We have to give everything so they can show their qualities.’ 

PSG have landed Messi, Sergio Ramos and Gianluigi Donnarumma this summer among other big names but Mbappe is said to be desperate to move to the Bernabeu.

He has continued to turn down new contract offers and it is understood to be his ‘dream’ to play for the Spanish giants.

PSG club president Nasser Al-Khelaifi insists the club will not sell Mbappe to Real Madrid

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