Real Madrid 'laughed at PSG's £213m demand for Kylian Mbappe'

Real Madrid ‘laughed at PSG’s £213m demand for Kylian Mbappe’ as the LaLiga giants ‘have no intention of paying such a large fee’ for the French star

  • PSG have reportedly slapped a £213m price tag on French star Kylian Mbappe
  • But Real Madrid have no intention to pay that and laughed about the asking price
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Real Madrid have ‘laughed’ at Paris Saint-Germain’s £213million (€250m) asking price for Kylian Mbappe, according to reports. 

The superstar capped his return to the first team with a goal off the bench in PSG’s  1-1 draw with Toulouse on Saturday, where he seemed to indicate his future – for the next few months at least – would lie in the French capital. 

PSG have reportedly slapped a whopping price tag on the 24-year-old, who has a year remaining on his contract. 

However, Real ‘laughed’ when they heard of the Ligue 1 side’s £213m price tag as they have no intention paying such a large fee, according to El Debate. 

The Spanish outlet claim PSG will have to open the door for Real Madrid if Mbappe states he want to leave in the coming days. 

Kylian Mbappe’s future at Paris Saint-Germain remains in doubt despite his return to the team

Ligue 1 champions PSG are reportedly keen to get £213million for the French superstar 

Real Madrid laughed at the asking price as they have no intention to pay such a large fee 

If negotiations start, the La Liga giants will make an initial offer of £111m (€130m) to secure Mbappe’s services. They will not exceed £149m including add-ons in their final offer. 

It is the latest development in a now several season long drama involving the three parties. And despite many anticipating that Mbappe will eventually turn out for the 14 time European Cup winners, his current employers have shown themselves more than capable of standing their ground. 

Following the striker’s decision to depart his boyhood club on a free transfer next year, PSG banished him to the ‘B’ team for training in an illustration of their fury. 

Under new manager Luis Enrique, Mbappe has now been reinstated and Saturday’s cameo’s highlighted the club’s dependence on his world leading talents.

The side have made an underwhelming start to their Ligue 1 campaign with back-to-back draws from their opening two fixtures. 

Mbappe will expect to be handed his first start of the season in their next fixture against Lens on Saturday evening.  

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