Manchester United have had a £72m offered for Kylian Mbappe rejected with Monaco demanding a world-record £100m for the 19-year-old forward.
The Manchester United Mourinho has made Mbappé one of his primary focuses for the upcoming Summer transfer window, however, the French side has declared they will not sell the youngster at any cost apart from a world record fee and the striker is also impassive in moving to any English clubs. Clubs like Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea also tried their hand to sign Mbappe, however, nothing concretely materialised.
But, it has recently emerged that the Spanish giant Real Madrid are ready to pay the price and ready to offer him a role at the Real Madrid galacticos next season.
As per a report of Spanish Daily Marca, Mbappe is now prepared to move to the Spanish capital and has said “yes” to join Real Madrid in the Summer. The report has also suggested that the club are as of now been in contact with the striker’s family, who are also his agents and a large factor behind his decision to choose the Los Blancos is the factor of working with his fellow countrymen Zinedine Zidane. The deal is likely to be above €100 million (£84.8m) and would be a world record for a teenager.
Mbappe has been one of the revelations of the young Monaco side this season and has scored 22 goals in all competitions, including four goals in the last five matches of the Champions league.
Monaco are currently at the top of the Ligue 1 table, six points ahead of Second-placed Paris Saint-German and will compete for a Champions League final birth against Juventus today.