Spanish giants Real Madrid will reportedly sign French superstar Kylian Mbappe on a pre-contract agreement for free.
Mbappe is all set to join Los Blancos in the summer transfer window of 2022 according to Sky Sports' Kaveh Solhekol, who says Real walked away from a potential deal this summer after PSG refused to do any deal for their star player.
Sky Sports veteran Kaveh Solhekol stated that Real Madrid offered PSG €220 million (£189 million) for Mbappe to sign the player right now.
But, PSG refused to get into any discussion with the Spanish club and will now play out the 2021-22 season in France before joining Los Blancos for free next summer.
Meanwhile, speaking on Mbappe's future, PSG boss Mauricio Pochettino said: "Mbappe is our player. The football industry is full of rumour. Our president and Leonardo are very clear. He is here with us and I am very happy to have him. He is one of the best, he is a gift."
Mbappe featured for PSG in their Ligue 1 win over Reims last weekend. He scored a brace in the game which saw Lionel Messi make his debut in the French league.
It remains to be seen if PSG take any steps to avoid losing their star man for free.