Al Hilal proposes ‘42.65 billion in transfer fees + 99.5 billion in annual salary

Saudi Arabia’s Al-Hilal have made an astronomical offer for Kylian Mbappe.

European transfer market expert Fabrizio Romano wrote on his personal social media account on Thursday (June 24), “Al-Hilal have submitted an official bid to Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) for Mbappe. PSG accepted the €300 million offer, but there are no negotiations with the player at the moment. PSG believe that Mbappe has agreed to join Real Madrid.”

Mbappe is currently in a tug-of-war with Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) over his contract. Mbappe has one year left on his contract with PSG. PSG wants to re-sign him and keep him at the club. But Mbappe has other ideas. He is not willing to sign a new contract with PSG.

Mbappe has publicly stated that he will not exercise his contract extension option. In response, PSG played hardball. They are reportedly considering selling Mbappe without extending his contract. Mbappe was then linked with a move to Real Madrid. Mbappe took to social media to put out the fire, saying there was nothing to it.

“Mbappe has informed PSG that he will not exercise the option to extend his contract until 2025,” Romano said. PSG are furious and are planning to sell Mbappe in the summer transfer window.”

PSG played hardball. According to British outlet The Athletic, “PSG has sent Mbappe a three-page letter demanding he decide his future by July 31. PSG’s letter states that the club has suffered a major blow by Mbappe publicly saying he will leave the club, that these matters should remain private, and that he was wrong to make these comments during the summer transfer window.”

Mbappe has been publicly critical of PSG. Mbappe was named the best French player of the 2022-23 season by France’s L’Equipe and France Football. In an interview, Mbappe said, “In my opinion, playing for PSG doesn’t help. PSG is divisive,” he said in an interview. Mbappe’s comments hit a nerve with PSG, who were already feeling the sting of Mbappe’s issues.

PSG responded by criticizing Mbappe. Former PSG sporting director Leonardo told France’s L’Equipe: “After what Mbappe has gone through in the last two years, we decided that he is not the player to lead the team. For PSG’s sake, the time has come for Mbappe to leave.” PSG made up their minds. They are reportedly considering selling Mbappe rather than signing him to a contract extension.

Mbappe joined PSG’s preseason training as the Real transfer speculation continues, but he was not included in the team’s Asia tour roster released by PSG on Wednesday. The roster included key PSG players such as Lee Kang-in, Neymar, and Achraf Hakimi, but not Mbappe. Mbappe’s absence from the Asia Tour reignited transfer speculation.

Along with Real Madrid, who have been pursuing the player for some time, Saudi Arabian clubs are also interested in him. The 토토 Saudis have a lot of money to spend on world-class players from Europe. From Cristiano Ronaldo to Ballon d’Or winner Karim Benzema and manager Steven Gerrard, the kingdom is buying players and managers alike.

Saudi Arabia’s Al-Hilal also approached the superstar Mbappe. Al-Hilal’s offer is ridiculous. Matteo Moretti announced on social media that “PSG have received a €300 million offer from Al-Hilal. And his salary is 700 million euros (about 99.5 billion won).”

When PSG was bought by Qatari owner Tamim bin Hamad Alsani and chairman Nasser Al Khelaifi, they set their sights on the top of the European game. With their deep pockets, they assembled some of the biggest stars in Europe, including Neymar, Mbappe, Messi, and Ramos. PSG’s goal was to win the UEFA Champions League (UCL), but they were unable to do so.

PSG is ready for a new beginning. Lionel Messi, the centerpiece of the team, is gone, and coach Christophe Galtier has been fired. Mbappe is also looking to leave. In the past, they’ve tended to rely on world-class players. But now it’s different. Even if they are world-class players, if they don’t help the team in terms of atmosphere, they are willing to let them go.

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