Al Hilal of Saudi Arabia has officially made a proposal for Kylian Mbappe to Paris Saint-Germain. According to ‘L’Equipe,’ the French team is prepared to accept the Saudis’ record-breaking offer of €300 million for the French striker because they prefer to sell their dream-turned-nightmare this summer than letting him walk for free the following summer.
Kylian Mbappe and Paris Saint-Germain are taking a new direction with the start of a new week. Now that the player has declined to prolong his contract with the French club, they have made it obvious they intend to transfer him this summer. Al Hilal of Saudi Arabia has made an official offer.
The offer, which is reported to be a record-breaking €300 million by “The Athletic,” undoubtedly includes a large salary for Ligue 1’s leading scorer. The striker’s saga with PSG continues, and this is the first official offer to come his way this summer.
The French club reportedly gave the Saudis permission to talk with the 24-year-old, according to the English publication. Mbappe wants to complete the remaining year of his contract with Paris before securing his long-awaited free transfer to Real Madrid. Due to his unwillingness to extend his contract with PSG, he was left off the team’s preseason trip and may sit out the entire 2023–2024 campaign.
It appears likely that the club’s Qatari owners will exert all of their efforts to convince the striker to accept the €300 million deal after calling a free transfer “impossible” for him.