Real Madrid have warned PSG forward Kylian Mbappe that he will likely never get the chance to live out his dream of playing at the Santiago Bernabeu if he does not accept their offer this summer.
Mbappe has entered the final six months of his contract in Paris and was expected to join Real at the end of the season, but PSG have not given up hope of keeping the 23-year-old and continuing to offer him new advice.
The latest proposal, according to The Times, is a two-year deal with a star rating that surpasses anything Real can offer, and the feeling is that Mbappe has not yet withdrawn the signing.
That did not sit well with Real, who believe they have a non-negotiable deal with Mbappe to sign a free transfer at the end of the season.
Officials at the Bernabeu have warned Mbappe that their proposal will not be permanent and the money set aside for his signing will be re-invested for other purposes, such as Erling Haaland of Borussia Dortmund if he does not join now.
Real made a deal with Mbappe last summer and tried to cross the line at the time, but their £ 160 million offer was rejected by PSG. Considered a disruption at the time, Real believe they will have to wait another 12 months to find their husband and will save a boat of money as they move on.
However, following the draw for the last 16 of the Champions League, which drew Real and PSG, La Liga officials have agreed not to do any more until the end of the game, despite the fact that they are legally allowed to speak to the 23-year-old.
This peace offering could be a real boost for Real as it has given PSG the opportunity to offer a star gift that has turned Mbappe’s head.
Real still hope that Mbappe will put his sporting dreams ahead of money, but they have raised the pressure on the French international by warning him that their request may not come up again.