Mbappé, Al-Hilal Presents Astonishing Proposal

Currently in dispute with PSG over his future, Kylian Mbappé has been authorized by the club to hold talks with Al-Hilal, ready to offer him a salary of €200 million a year for a two-season contract.

Al-Hilal are not letting go of their dream of signing Kylian Mbappé. As reported by AFP, and confirmed by RMC Sport, PSG has authorized the Saudi club to hold talks with the Paris striker after accepting a transfer offer of 300 million euros, including bonuses. This second offer followed an initial verbal bid of 200 million euros for the captain of Les Bleus. Paris is thus stepping up the pressure on Mbappé. However, there is currently no indication that the player has agreed to enter into negotiations with the Saudi club.

As reported in recent days by RMC Sport, Al-Hilal’s proposed salary for the French international is €200 million a year for a 2-year contract. The Saudi club’s offer is the only one to reach PSG’s desk to date. Two English clubs, including Chelsea, have made enquiries.

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Mbappé has always insisted that he wants to see out his contract

After being left out of PSG’s tour of Japan and placed in training with the lofty lofts, the French international appeared all smiles as he signed autographs outside the Poissy training center on Saturday. In a letter to the Parisian club at the end of the season, the latter indicated that he did not want to activate his final year’s option to leave for free in the summer of 2024, while Paris wants to extend his contract so as not to let him slip away for free, or wants to part with him this summer if he does not extend.

Faced with the situation surrounding the 2018 world champion, the president of the UNFP has issued a warning to PSG. If no solution is found in this conflict, Philippe Piat reminded RMC on Monday that the union “will be obliged to demand respect for the texts”. In concrete terms, “is to allow Mbappé to train normally, probably to oblige the club to play him, because otherwise it would be harassment. That would be illegal under employment law. When it’s a player who’s not very well known, you can pretend he’s out of shape. In the case of the best player in the world, it’s not possible to suggest that it’s not for sanction reasons. The text I’m referring to provides for sanctions if a player is sidelined for reasons that are not sporting. Procedures will be implemented.”

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