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The World Cup winner has been heavily courted by Real Madrid and it appeared nailed on that Mbappe would sign for Los Blancos in the summer.
Mbappe's contract is up in the summer and he reportedly agreed terms with Real, whose interest in him dates back a number of years since he burst onto the scene with Monaco.
But according to journalist Guillem Balague, reporting from the BBC, PSG are pulling out to the stops to convince Mbappe to remain at the Parc des Princes.
It's said PSG are willing to give one of their star men a whopping £150 million signing-on fee, as well as a salary of £21 million per year.
He had initially been offered a £125 million signing-on fee and the fresh offer has seen that figure increase as PSG try to persuade their No.7.
With Qatar hosting the World Cup at the end of the year, PSG's owners, who hail from the country, are desperate for him to still be their player when the showpiece commences.
The 23-year-old is represented by his parents, Wilfried Mbappe and Fayza Lamari - though his advisors are entitled to a massive £42 million sum if he does renew with PSG.
Mbappe will look to negotiate an even better deal with Real after PSG's proposal, but the La Liga winners are said to be "relaxed" and confident they will secure his signature on a free.
He has remained focus on his football and scored 28 goals in 38 games despite the speculation surrounding his future dominating headlines this season.
After scoring twice in the 5-1 trashing of Lorient last weekend, Mbappe told reporters: "I haven't made my decision, there are new elements to consider. Which elements? Just new elements."
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