Real Madrid rejection, PSG contracts and new destinations – Mbappe’s current situation

Real Madrid have put European clubs on red alert amid reports they cannot afford to sign Kylian Mbappe.

Manchester United, Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool have been monitoring the PSG forward’s behavior as his contract expires in the summer.

The Daily Telegraph reports that “computer issues” have hurt Real’s chances of signing their long-term main target.

Now the Premier League giants are expected to make staggering bids for the French star in January.

The 24-year-old striker has already rejected an offer from Saudi club Al-Hilal worth around 1 billion euros and a transfer fee close to 300 million euros.

In July, Mbappe was given a lengthy two weeks to continue with PSG – or be sold.

But he didn’t sign – and instead of being suspended, he later returned to the squad.

Therefore, in January it remains to be decided what Mbappe will decide, whether to stay in Paris or move to the Premier League.