​Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has hinted that the Spanish league leaders could make a move for Monaco's Kylian Mbappe this summer.

Mbappe has enjoyed a stellar season with the Ligue 1 side this season, scoring 19 goals and attracting the attention of Europe's top clubs.

Perez has a history of signing the world's most wanted players, and has told Radio Montecarlo (via The Sun): "A duo of [Karim] Benzema and Mbappe?


"Everything is possible, but at this time of the season, I don’t want to talk about that."

Spanish reports have claimed that Madrid and Manchester United have sounded out moves for Mbappe, with bids of £69m and £95m apparently being rejected by Monaco.

The French club are reportedly eager to get as much as £129m for the striker should they decide to sell.

Madrid may have an advantage in the chase for Mbappe, as the French striker's idol is none other than Real Madrid's all-time goalscorer Cristiano Ronaldo, who is still the main man at the Bernabeu.

Mbappe is currently on international duty after being called up to the France senior side for the first time for the upcoming games against Luxembourg and Spain. He will be hoping to make his debut in either of the games, with his first cap promising to be the first of many.