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Mbappe turned down PSG's most recent restoration offer worth 45 million euros net. Agreement lapse.

Paris Saint-Germain are willing to do what it takes to renew kylian mbappes touch , with run out his stream deal set to the next summer, but the Frenchman does not seem keen on staying in France.

The France international has apparently turned down another contract riding offer amidst interest from LaLiga Santander giants Real Madrid.

According to Le Parisien, PSG offered Mbappe a salary of 45 million euros net per season to renew his current deal, but the 22-year-old turned it down.

Meanwhile, as L'Equipe point out, PSG are not willing to give in and they will return with a new offer to keep their prodigious star.

A two-year deal

PSG's second resumption offer was one that would tie Mbappe down to a new two-year deal worth 45m euros net per season - salary that would be increased than the wages Neymar and Lionel Messi earn at the club.

As reported at the time, the first resumption offer was one worth 25m euros net per season, but that one was also turned down by Mbappe.

Le Parisien predict that PSG will offer a vast signing-on bonus to Mbappe, while they also note that the forward will receive offers from other best clubs such as Manchester City and Chelsea come January.

The French newspaper are adamant that Mbappe's dream is to play for Real Madrid and forecast that no other offer will make him change his mind.

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