Kylian Mbappe Breaks Silence On Al Hilal €200m Offer

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Kylian Mbappe has broken his silence on Al Hilal’s offer to sign him from PSG, MySportDab reports.

With the contract standoff between Mbappe and PSG, Al Hilal have emerged as a third force with a shock offer both to Mbappe and PSG to sign the player this summer.

The Saudi giants have tabled €300m bid to PSG to sign Mbappe and €200m offer to Kylian Mbappe for a one-year contract that will allow him leave the club to his choice destination – Real Madrid next year.

PSG have accepted Al Hilal’s bid for Kylian Mbappe and have given the club the permission to talk with Mbappe to decide on personal terms.

While the Saudi giants have gotten the permission to talk with Mbappe for a possible deal, the two parties are yet to enter into such negotiations.

Amid uncertainties over how the stand-off will unfold, Kylian Mbappe has taken to his social media handle to react to Al Hilal’s offer.

Reacting to a tweet by NBA star Gianni Antetokoumpo, who dropped a satiric comment asking Al Hilal to sign him because he resembles the French striker, Mbappe dropped a series of laughing emojis, retweeting the post.

Al Hilal’s offer for Kylian Mbappe is the biggest football contract ever but the French star is not ready to move to Saudi Arabia.

Spanish outlet, Relevo, says Mbappe is planning to sit out on the bench throughout next season at PSG and run down his contract before leaving to Real Madrid on a free transfer.

Most pundits consider Al Hilal offer’s a win-win deal for PSG and Mbappe.

Instead of sitting on the bench and earning his weekly £650,000 at PSG and then joining Real Madrid on a free transfer, Mbappe could continue in his game next season at Al Hilal with the biggest contract offer.

He will then leave to Real Madrid after one year while PSG raked in an excess of the £198m they bought him from Monaco.

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