Real Madrid have made a first offer for PSG striker, Kylian Mbappe.
According to Marca, Real president Florentino Perez has tabled a bid of €160m to lure the World Cup winner away from the Parc des Princes, and he is of the opinion that the sum offered is more than reasonable for a player whose contract expires in just one year.
Real Madrid are hopeful that their dream of signing Mbappe will become a reality this summer, even with the transfer window only remaining open until midnight on Tuesday, August 31.
Their feelings are boosted by Mbappe’s refusal to sign a new deal in Paris, which has put doubts into the minds of those upstairs at PSG, leading them to now consider letting the star striker move on.
Carlo Ancelotti, despite his insistence that he only knows about ongoings in his current squad of players, is aware of the operation and he knows how positive those above him at the club feel.