Kylian Mbappe has reportedly been promised a €40m signing-on fee by Real Madrid, but that is only dependent on the fact that he stays on at PSG without penning a new deal there.
Mbappe will enter the final season of his deal with PSG and has been heavily linked with a move to Real Madrid for the past couple of transfer windows.
Spanish publication Marca have claimed Mbappe has told manager Mauricio Pochettino he has no desire to renew his contract in Paris.
The report has also added that Madrid have pounced on the opportunity and have offered Mbappe a huge signing-on fee if he chooses to wait at PSG for another season and becomes a free agent in next summer's transfer window.
Pochettino recently spoke about Mbappe's contract situation and said, "Did Mbappe tell me he won't extend? These are private conversations. But in no case did Kylian talk to me about that. Can we imagine him leaving for free? I don't use imagination."
As of now, Madrid definitely don't seem to have the finances to sign Mbappe in one go.
Mbappe, meanwhile, hasn't publicly told he wants to PSG and even admitted he dreams of winning the UEFA Champions League with the club in his interview alongside Neymar earlier this year.
Mbappe had said: "My biggest dream is to win the Champions League with PSG, that would be fantastic."