Real Madrid are attempting to make a move for Kylian Mbappe on the final day of the transfer window (August 31).
Los Blancos are looking to test Paris Saint-Germain with their commitment to the French striker.
According to what the journalist close to Real Madrid, Tomas Gonzalez-Martin reports, an offer of 130 million euros is being planned for the 24-year-old.
PSG have already announced that they want 250 million euros to let Mbappe leave, even though the player has only one year of contract.
Real Madrid’s aim is not to increase their offer, but to make it known that they have made an offer for Mbappe’s services.
Madrid intend to take the player with zero parameters in the summer of 2024, then even when his contract expires.
An agreement between the two sides could be reached in January next year, as any player who is in the last six months of his contract is allowed to talk openly with another club.