Real Madrid and Paris Saint Germain are both still working to finalize an agreement for Kylian Mbappe transfer, MySportDab reports.
The World Cup winner has been a talk of transfer lately after Lionel Messi joined Paris Saint Germain from Barcelona.
Kylian Mbappe is now looking to make his dream move to Real Madrid where he has always wanted to play while growing up.
With the transfer window set to shutdown, it is still unclear as to what will happen in the next few hours with everything needed to happen now or they have to wait.
Blancos still trying to sign World Cup winner from PSG as they are will to make sure an agreement is reached within the next few hours.
Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid are working to reach a final agreement on a transfer for Kylian Mbappe, according to reports reaching us from Marca.
The Blancos have yet to receive a response to their second bid of €170 million (£146m/$200m) for the Frenchman.
Although, it is understood that PSG won’t let him go for less than €200m (£172m/$236m) which is what they are demanding to allow him join Real Madrid.
Kylian Mbappe has rejected PSG’s offers of a contract extension and they are open to negotiating a final deal with Real before the summer window closes.
A deal right now looks possible with the amount being offered unless they have to lose him for free next summer which they won’t be looking to allow happen.