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Real Madrid’s offers put Kylian Mbappe on the verge of becoming the highest-paid footballer in the club’s history, set to receive around €80-100m in signing bonus: Reports

Real Madrid might win the race of signing Kylian Mbappe as PSG failed to convince him after he made up his mind of playing for the Los Blancos. Check out how much will he be paid if he signs for Madrid next season.

According to reports, Real Madrid is ready to offer PSG-star Kylian Mbappe a mouth-watering proposal to bring him to Santiago Bernabeu as one of the most hyped transfers in football history. Kylian Mbappe has made up his mind of joining the Los Blancos side as the deal is almost confirmed from both sides.

The official announcement is due from both parties but sources confirmed that the deal is done and dusted as Mbappe will be seen in Real Madrid shirts next season. The club has offered him €25-30m as net wages and around €80-100m as the signing amount with more incentives and bonuses to be offered to the Frenchman.

PSG was trying hard to keep their star forward with them but it seems that they have failed to convince Mbappe as he always dreamt of playing at the Bernabeu.

The 23-year-old World Cup-winning star had a great season with the Paris team with 25 goals and 17 assists in the Ligue 1 matches. It was hard for the team after failing successively in the champions league competition and the inclusion of Messi hasn’t been really fruitful. Mbappe is expected to announce the much-awaited transfer to Real Madrid a few days after the UEFA Champions League final on May 28.

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Real Madrid is confident of having Kylian Mbappe after he visited Madrid a few days back

Real Madrid's offers put Kylian Mbappe on the verge of becoming the highest-paid footballer in the club's history, set to receive around €80-100m in signing bonus: Reports 2

The Spanish side, Real Madrid, is set to offer Mbappe the highest bid in their club’s history to bring him to Madrid after they missed out on him last year. Mbappe’s contract ends this summer and he showed no intention to sign a new contract despite getting a mouth-watering offer including a record salary per season, a captain’s armband, and own image rights.

Mbappe clearly showed his intention of not staying at the club after spending a delightful time in PSG. Mbappe was seen in Madrid last week and met the general director of Real Madrid as the final talks were done then and there.

The Frenchman recently played against Ancelotti’s side and put up an impressive performance in the Champions League round of 16 but failed to beat the Los Blancos to qualify further in the competition. He scored in both the legs and he was the only scorer against the Spanish side but Benzema’s heroics helped Madrid to qualify and they will be participating in the champions league final this season.

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