Qatari-Owned PSG Ready To Accept Al Hilal FC’s 300 Million Euro Transfer Fee For Mbappé


Saudi Arabian soccer club Al Hilal offered 300 million euros ($333 million) to Qatar-owned Paris Saint-Germain for French soccer star Kylian Mbappé, who have accepted the bid and given the Saudi club permission to approach Mbappe.

According to reports, Al Hilal is also offering Mbappé a world record breaking one-year compensation package worth 700 million euros

The 24-year-old has been left out of PSG’s squad for its preseason tour of Japan, with the club having issued him an ultimatum to sign a new contract or be sold.

The current world record fee is $262 million (€222 million) when Neymar moved from Barcelona to PSG in 2017.

The Guardian reported that Mbappé’s one-year salary would be 200 million euros, rising to 700 million euros after including other commercial arrangements and proceeds from image rights.

French media outlet L’Equipe reported that PSG’s owners are ready to accept the proposal from Al Hilal.


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