PSG offer staggering €100m bonus to Mbappe if he pens new deal

Jason Soutar
Kylian Mbappe looks in pain following a tackle

Paris Saint-Germain are desperate to keep hold of French superstar Kylian Mbappe, who has been heavily linked with a move to Real Madrid.

Mbappe is out of contract at the end of the season and it is widely expected that he will sign a new PSG deal or join Madrid.

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He initially joined the Parisiens on loan from Monaco before signing permanently for a reported £130m.

To tempt Mbappe into staying in the French capital, PSG reportedly offered the forward a ‘record breaking’ contract worth close to £1m per week.

The 23-year-old rejected the contract offer after ‘serious consideration’. Marca claimed that Mbappe was ‘humbled’ by the huge offer, but ‘eventually decided to turn the proposal down’.

And in another attempt to keep the French international, PSG have made a fresh two-year contract offer which includes a staggering €100m (£83m) signing-on bonus, according to Le Parisien (via HITC).

Despite the massive money on offer, it is uncertain if Mbappe will stay at PSG – who are clearly doing everything they can to keep him.

While Real Madrid are the favourites to sign the former Monaco man, Liverpool are also rumoured to be interested.

Elsewhere, former Manchester United defender Paul Parker has urged the club to sell Harry Maguire this summer.

Raphael Varane has partnered Maguire at the heart of United’s defence when fit this season following his move from Real Madrid, but the Red Devils still look vulnerable at the back.

And that has increased criticism of Maguire, who is often under scrutiny for his lack of pace, which has cost his side on occasion this term

“If United, in my opinion, were to get somewhere near to their money back on Harry Maguire, I think they’ll have to think about it,” Parker told the Daily Express.

“I think [Victor] Lindelof and Varane, you know, they could build something on there maybe, in a mode of what they’re looking for and where the club wants to be.”