A world-record offer of €300 million has allegedly been made for Paris Saint-Germain sensation Kylian Mbappe by Saudi Pro League team Al Hilal.
Fabrizio Romano confirmed as much on Twitter, although he emphasised that the team has not yet spoken to the player directly.
Al Hilal is working on this extremely lofty proposal; nevertheless, PSG appears to be persuaded that Mbappe has already reached an agreement on an arrangement with Real Madrid.
James Benge continues, “Mbappe’s offer from Al Hilal would only be for one year, meaning the Frenchman wouldn’t be out of Europe for long during what is expected to be his most productive years.”
“This would indicate that Real Madrid would still have a chance to get the player in a year.”
Even though PSG will likely be concerned about missing such a crucial player, this type of sum would undoubtedly be hard for them to refuse.
Kylian Mbappe record transfer fee
However, given that Mbappe will become a free agent in only one year, this would still be a tremendous sum of money for them and would enable them to greatly enhance their team in an effort to replace the 24-year-old.
According to Fabrizio Romano, Al-Hilal made an official offer of €300 million ($332 million) for Kylian Mbappe of Paris Saint-Germain.
The possible transaction, if approved and the player agrees to terms with the Saudi Pro League powerhouses, would shatter the global transfer record for a football player.
The previous record was set by PSG in 2017 when they exercised Neymar’s €222 million ($246 million) release clause from FC Barcelona.