Al Hilal Tables SHOCK Offer For Kylian Mbappe With ‘Real Madrid Release Clause’! [Full Details]

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Al Hilal have tabled a shock contract offer for Kylian Mbappe with a clause to Real Madrid, MySportDab reports.

Mbappe is currently on a contract renewal standoff with PSG and is eyeing a move away from the club but the club is not ready to let him leave for free.

While the French striker is eyeing an exit from the club next summer, PSG want to sell him this summer and cashed out from the deal but the problem is having clubs who will afford their €200million price tag for Mbappe.

Now, according to Italian journalist Tancredi Palmeri, Al-Hilal have weighed heavily into the Mbappe saga and are ready to sign Mbappe with the €200million price tag.

The report adds Al Hilal are offering Kylian Mbappe €200million per year deal for two years and are also ready to pay PSG €200million for the player.

Also included in the offer is a special release clause that will allow Kylian Mbappe to join Real Madrid after just one-year with the club on a free transfer.

Al Hilal’s offer could be both a win for PSG and Kylian Mbappe in the long run as the French talisman will secure his much-wanted move to Real Madrid next summer while PSG will pocket €200million from the deal.

It is understood Kylian Mbappe will not favor a move to Saudi Arabia but Real Madrid will not be willing to pay €200million to sign him.

Due to his contract renewal faceoff with PSG, he has been dropped from the club’s preseason tour in Japan and has been asked to train with pariah players who have been left out of the PSG project.

As things stand, the ball is in Mbappe’s court for him to decide his future.

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