Liverpool or Real Madrid may be able to sign Paris Saint-Germain star Kylian Mbappe for as little as £91m next summer, according to reports in France.
Mbappe has carved out a reputation as one of the best players in the world since bursting onto the scene several years ago. During the 2018/19 campaign he managed 39 goals in 43 games, while last term he registered 49 direct goal involvements from 37 appearances.
The generational talent has just two years left on his PSG deal and understands he is approaching an important crossroads in his career. Reports have claimed the forward has already informed the Ligue 1 champions of his desire to leave next summer. If that is true, Real Madrid and Liverpool would be at the head of the queue to secure his services.
Both clubs have kept in contact with Mbappe regarding a future move and according to L'Equipe, the Frenchman could be available for just £91m. This would represent a significant loss for PSG, who signed the 21-year-old for a whopping £130.5m from Monaco back in 2018 following a season long loan.
Despite this, unless Mbappe pens a new deal at the Parc des Princes, his current employers may have no choice but to bite the bullet and sell in order to avoid the prospect of losing him on a free transfer.
Liverpool have not made a properly big money signing since splashing £75m on Virgil van Dijk and £67m on Alisson in 2018. That being said, the Reds have bolstered their ranks with several new recruits this summer as they look to defend the Premier League title.