Paris Saint-Germain owe Kylian Mbappe a €60 million loyalty bonus if he is still their player next Tuesday, August 1, Sky Sports reporter Kaveh Solhekol has revealed.
The source claims the Frenchman’s contract sees him receive the loyalty bonus in two installments until 2024.
This makes it clearer why PSG are doing everything they can to get Mbappe off before the end of August.
PSG have set a price of 250 million euros for the striker, but Real Madrid do not seem interested in paying him.
Talks between the Ligue 1 champions and Al Hilal have cooled after it became clear that the 24-year-old has no intention of playing in the Saudi Pro League.
Now everything seems to be in the hands of Real Madrid. Los Blancos have not yet made any concrete move on whether they will transfer the player as a free agent next year or pay an amount below 200 million euros.