French striker Kylian Mbappe has set three conditions for signing a contract with Real Madrid as part of the upcoming 2024 summer transfers.
The France captain is close to a move to the Merengues after numerous clashes with management at his current club Paris Saint-Germain as his contract expires at the Parc des Princes next June.
All European reports in recent days have indicated that Mbappe is set to leave and will make an official announcement in the coming days about his future, which does not include a contract extension with Paris Saint-Germain.
Kylian Mbappe considers money a priority when signing a contract with Real Madrid
According to Spanish journalist Andres Onrubia, Mbappe put forward 3 conditions for his contract with Real Madrid, and all the Frenchman’s demands were related to financial issues.
He asked to receive a salary of 50 million euros (including taxes), as well as a signing bonus of 120 million euros and, finally, bonuses related mainly to his image rights.
In this context, the Spanish newspaper La Marca reported that Kylian’s signing with Real Madrid would affect the Merengue’s summer Mercato, as the Frenchman would cost the team’s coffers a lot of money.