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Kylian Mbappe due €60 million from Paris Saint-Germain next week

Josh Lawless

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Kylian Mbappe due €60 million from Paris Saint-Germain next week

Kylian Mbappe is set for an eye-watering payment from Paris Saint-Germain despite the club accepting a world-record £260 million bid from Saudi Pro League side Al Hilal.

Mbappe is at loggerheads with PSG officials and has been left back at the club's training base while Luis Enrique's squad are in Asia for their pre-season tour of Japan and South Korea.

The Ligue One champions are willing to listen to offers for their talisman and word emerged that they had received a mammoth offer from Al Hilal.

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Sensational reports claim the 18-time SPL champions are prepared to pay him an astronomical €700 million-a-year, or €1.9 million per day if broken down further.

And they would even allow him to join Real Madrid after just one year playing in Saudi.

Image: Getty
Image: Getty

It's been claimed that Tottenham, Chelsea, Manchester United, Inter Milan and Barcelona are also interested in the World Cup winner, who would apparently rather stay on PSG's bench than play in Saudi Arabia.

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And though there is a mammoth proposal from Saudi, Mbappe stands to earn a hefty sum from his current employers if he is still a PSG player when August 1 rolls around.

Kylian Mbappe during a Paris Saint-Germain training session. Image: Getty
Kylian Mbappe during a Paris Saint-Germain training session. Image: Getty

That's because according to Kaveh Solhekol from Sky Sports, he is due a loyalty bonus payment of €60 million.

The figure won't be paid upfront, with the terms of Mbappe's contract stating that he receives "the gross fidelity bonus" to be paid in instalments if certain conditions are met.

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Mbappe is training alongside fellow unwanted players Leandro Paredes and the likes of Georginio Wijnaldum at the moment after being completely excluded from the first-team.

His younger brother Ethan, meanwhile, was on bench for the game against Cristiano Ronaldo's Al Nassr at the Nagai Stadium in Osaka.

A separate report from L'Equipe claims Mbappe will be able to sue PSG for breach of contract if he remains ostracised.

Featured Image Credit: Getty & Kylian Mbappe

Topics: Kylian Mbappe, Paris Saint-Germain, Ligue 1, Saudi Arabia, Saudi Pro League

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