Kylian Mbappe ‘s current contract with the French capital is due to expire next June 2022, and it has been suggested that the striker has no interest in signing an extension with Mauricio Pochettino’s side.
Real Madrid have long been regarded as a favorite in the signing of the French international, who has scored 132 goals and provided 61 assistants in 171 games for PSG.
According to the 90min, Real Madrid are expected to open talks with PSG about a possible move for Mbappe, as the Spanish giants are now able to pay for his salary demands.
The report also says the departure of Sergio Ramos and Raphael Varane this summer has opened up an opportunity for a wage bill to allow Carlo Ancelotti’s side to offer a fair deal to the attacker.
PSG are expected to continue their efforts to keep Kylian Mbappe, but PSG could lose him on a free transfer agent next year if a new deal is not reached.
Les Parisiens are thought to be valuing former Monaco forward for more than £ 150m despite his contract status.