PSG accept Real Madrid’s €180m offer for Mbappe, announcement imminent

Paris Saint-Germain Kylian Mbappe

Real Madrid are reportedly closing in on the transfer of Kylian Mbappe.

Real Madrid are on the verge of completing a deal for Kylian Mbappe after PSG have reportedly accepted the Spanish giants’ new offer of 180m euros.

Los Blancos made their intentions clear after submitting an offer worth 160m euros for the signing of Mbappe, but PSG turned it down immediately.

Les Parisiens sporting director Leonardo also stated that the French World Cup winner could only leave if their valuation is met.

The PSG chief said: Kylian Mbappé wants to leave, that seems clear. If Real Madrid are making an offer, that seems clear. Me, I am giving a position that I think is clear for everyone. We cannot, the week before the end of the window, change our plans. If he wants to leave, we will not hold him back but on our terms.

According to a new report, Madrid have raised their bid to 180m euros, and this time Les Parisiens are open to accepting it.

The report also adds both the clubs are close to reaching an agreement for the transfer of Mbappe, and the announcement could happen next week.

Despite PSG’s firm stance not selling him, Los Blancos’ priority has always been getting their hands on Mbappe.

Mbappe was also apparently pushing for an exit from the French Ligue 1 club after reportedly turning down several offers to extend his contract.

PSG might have come to the conclusion this is the right time to cash in on their prized asset rather than selling him for nothing when his contract runs out next summer.