Kylian Mbappe’s proposed move to Real Madrid this month is off after Paris Saint-Germain failed to respond to the Spanish side’s final offer.

Real Madrid were prepared to pay £189m for Killian Mbape but PSG did not respond to their offer; Real will now focus on signing an initial contract with the striker in January; Mbape’s contract with PSG expires at the end of the season if he can join Real on a free transfer.
Real were prepared to pay £189m to sign Mbape but left after PSG terminated the deal.

Real will now focus on signing a deal with Mbappe before January so he can move to the Bernabeu for free next season.

Paris Saint-Germain have rejected Real Madrid’s £189m offer for Killian Mbape – and the Spanish side will now focus on signing the French national team on a free transfer before next season
Kilian Mbape’s proposed move to Real Madrid was ruled out this month after Paris Saint-Germain failed to respond to the Spanish club’s latest offer.

Real were prepared to pay £189m to sign Mbape but left after PSG terminated the deal.

Real will now focus on signing a deal with Mbappe before January so he can move to the Bernabeu for free next season.

The 22-year-old PSG’s contract expires at the end of this season and he has made it clear to the club that he has no intention of renewing his contract.

Mbape’s dream is to play for Real, who signed national team mate Eduardo Camavinga from Rennes on Tuesday on a six-year deal of up to 40 million euros.

PSG sporting director Leonardo said last week that Mbape wanted to leave but they would not sell him on the exchange last week or sell him below market value.

He joined PSG in 2017 from Ligue 1 rivals Monaco and won three French titles and three French cups with the country.

Mbape was also part of the French team that won the 2018 World Cup in Russia

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