The La Liga giants are growing more confident that they will be able to land the 22 year old superstar. Real Madrid have made a second bid for Paris Saint Germain star Kylian Mbappe and are optimistic their offer of €170 million plus €10 million in add-ons will be enough to land the forward.
The Blancos made an opening bid of €160 million earlier this week which was rejected by PSG. But after increasing the bid the Spanish giants are growing more confident to close a deal for the 22 year old superstar.
Mbappe whose contract expires at the end of the current season has turned down no fewer than six contract renewal from PSG. The forward has made it clear that it's his dream to join Real Madrid and is willing to do what it take to make the move happen.
Paris Saint Germain sporting director admitted this week that Kylian Mbappe wants to leave the club, but hit out for Madrid for what he called 'illegal' conduct in contacting the forward. The 22 year old has developed into one of the best player after joining PSG from Monaco in 2017.
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