Real Madrid Ready Huge Late Bid For Kylian Mbappe

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Real Madrid are reportedly preparing a huge late bid to sign Kylian Mbappe from PSG, MySportDab reports.

The Laliga giants have been on the trail of Kylian Mbappe since 2021.

Mbappe was strongly linked with a move to Real Madrid before he made a late U-turn agreeing a three-year renewal with PSG.

This season, the French youngster is on the last lap of his contract and has refused to renew his deal with PSG with strong links to a Real Madrid move again.

According to reports, Kylian Mbappe has already agreed a secret deal to join Real Madrid next summer while PSG press for him to renew his contract.

Mbappe and PSG clashed in a seething contract standoff as both sides refuse to reach a consensus on a new deal.

While Mbappe wanted a free exit next summer, PSG insisted he will not be allowed to leave for free.

He was suspended from the squad and placed on transfer market with Al Hilal submitting an offer for the player.

Mbappe refused talks with Al Hilal while PSG kept him under suspension from first team.

After the contract row, the two parties have reconciled after talks with Mbappe back to action with PSG.

Despite the truce, Kylian Mbappe’s PSG future is still uncertain as what the two parties agreed after talks is unknown.

Now, according to the Sun, Real Madrid are ready to launch a mega late bid of £103m to sign Kylian Mbappe this summer.

Mbappe is yet to renew his PSG contract but there are reports he is impressed with the new PSG project and could chose stay at the club.

With Real Madrid ready to launch a late bid, it is unclear how the Mbappe transfer saga will evolve in the coming days.

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