BREAKING: Al-Hilal Submit World-Record €300M Bid For Mbappé

Saudi Arabian club Al-Hilal have submitted a world-record €300m bid for Kylian Mbappé.

The fee offered by the Saudi Pro League side is said to be worth €100m more than the offer Real Madrid had rejected for the Frenchman in 2022.

This is coming on the heels of Paris Saint-Germain’s decision to leave Mbappé out of their squad for the pre-season tour of Japan, intending to sell him if he fails to sign a new contract.

Transfer speculations have surrounded Mbappe since it became clear he would not activate a one-year extension in his contract with PSG which would have kept him till 2025.

Saudi Pro League clubs have been spending huge sums this summer to sign players from Europe. Al-Hilal are one of four teams in the country owned by Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund, which has majority ownership of Newcastle United, and have signed Rúben Neves, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and Kalidou Koulibaly.


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