What PSG and Real Madrid offered Kylian Mbappé


The Spanish press reveals the offers made by PSG and Real Madrid for the star of the Blues. And they are not really different…

Since Kylian Mbappé chose PSG, reactions have been coming from everywhere. In France, in Spain, but also in the rest of the world, where we followed this file very closely. For many, the Bondynois made a choice rather based on financial rather than sporting criteria by staying in Paris. But what is it really?

Well on the side of brand, we reveal the proposals made by the two clubs to the Mbappé clan. And contrary to what one might think, the two contracts would be substantially similar. According to the Spanish media, Real Madrid was ready to offer him a five-year contract with a salary of 30 million euros net monthly. Or a total salary of 150 million euros over the duration of his contract, with a signing bonus, the amount of which is not specified.

Similar amounts

For his part, still according to the Madrid publication, the champion of France offered him 50 million euros over three years. 150 million euros there too therefore, over a shorter period of time of course, but without this signing bonus which more or less balances the two proposals. The newspaper does not mention the question of the player’s image rights, however, but we also know that Real Madrid was, as we revealed to you exclusively, ready to make great financial efforts.

As you will have understood, the offers of the two clubs are therefore rather similar, and therefore we cannot really say that PSG was the choice of money, the club of the French capital not having made a really superior offer. to that of Real Madrid. This is information that should calm more than one on the other side of the Pyrenees.

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