Despite Kylian Mbappe’s failure to sign from Paris Saint-Germain this summer, Real Madrid are still very optimistic that they will do so soon. The French striker is in the final season of his current contract with the Ligue 1 side and, unless he renews the deal before the end of the year, he will be able to negotiate with other clubs from 1 January.
That appears to be the day Real are waiting for action, and according to ABC (via Sport), have prepared a six-year contract that should see the 22-year-old pull down around € 30 million a year, and his father and his agent receive between € 60 and € 80 million each. Furthermore, the buyback clause in the contract will be set at a whopping one billion euros, which should certainly prevent any potential suitor from taking the French international away once he arrives at the Santiago Bernabeu, without Madrid’s consent.
Apparently, Real president Florentino Perez is planning another era of “Galactico” at the club and wants Mbappe to be the main figure in the project.