REAL MADRID reportedly plan to approach Paris Saint-Germain with one final offer of £102million for Kylian Mbappe.
Los Blancos are hoping that even if PSG think their bid for the 22-year-old is too low, it will be enough to kickstart negotiations with the French side, AS report.
And if not, the La Liga outfit are prepared to wait until next summer when his contract ends, to snag the French superstar on a sensational free transfer.
PSG have stated publicly they’re not willing to let Mbappe leave, but the decision may no longer be in their hands.
The Ligue 1 side are looking forward to Messi linking up with Neymar and Mbappe to form what could be the most devastating attack in Europe.
Messi will become the top earner on £1million per week, Neymar second on £490,000 and Mbappe third with his £310,000-per-week wages.
That totals almost £1.8m per week on just three players – plus six players are on at least £200,000 a week.
Real have financial issues of their own, but could also free up resources by selling stars like ex-Arsenal loanee Martin Odegaard and Serbia frontman Luka Jovic.
Over the years Madrid have had a knack of getting the stars they want to come to the Bernabeu.
“But since Real always want the best, I would not be surprised.”