In a surprising transfer development, La Liga giants Real Madrid are said to have made an official bid to sign Paris Saint-Germain forward and French superstar Kyllian Mbappe.
According to the latest reports from British outlet, talkSPORT, the Los Blancos have submitted an official bid of close to £160million to the Les Parisiens in hope of striking an agreement for Kyllian Mbappe who have been heavily linked with a potential move to the Santiago Bernabeu in the past few days.
Moreover, the reports state that the 22 year old prolific scorer is looking to leave the Parc des Princess and has already informed the club's top brass of his desire to change clubs in the ongoing summer transfer window and hence, making it possible for a deal to go through.
Meanwhile, as reported earlier by several Spanish as well as French sources, the Mauricio Pochettihno's men are ready to let the French international leave the club before the transfer window closes following his refusal to commit his long-term future to the club and hence, it now remains to be seen how things will turn out in the coming hours.
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