Real Madrid is set to complete the biggest transfer of the 2023 summer window after reportedly reaching an agreement with Paris Saint-Germain to buy Kylian Mbappe.
The 24-year-old French forward has been on Los Blancos’ radar for years, with club chief, Florentino Perez, a keen admirer of the 2022 FIFA World Cup Golden Ball winner.
According to Sport Skeeda, The Emir of Qatar – Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani – and Perez have reportedly agreed on a €250 million deal, including €50mil in bonuses, for Mbappe to join Real Madrid this summer.
PSG have decided to cash in on their French superstar this summer after the striker informed the reigning Ligue 1 champions he would not be extending his contract in the capital city beyond 2024.
Mbappe, the 2022/23 Ligue 1 MVP, is now set to replace his fellow Frenchman, Karim Benzema, who left the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium for Saudi Pro League champions, Al-Ittihad, this month.
Mbappe to sign until 2029
Meanwhile, Mbappe is expected to sign a 5-year deal upon completion of his move to Real Madrid this summer after an agreement was reached with PSG, per transfer expert, Fabrizio Romano.
With Los Blancos agreeing to a €250mil deal, including more in add-ons, the 24-year-old forward is set to sign a contract to join the Santiago Bernabeu outfit until the summer of 2029.