Report: Mbappe to stay at PSG if Madrid don't improve on €180M bid

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Paris Saint-Germain won't let Kylian Mbappe join Real Madrid unless the Spanish giants improve on their €180-million offer, sources told ESPN's Julien Laurens and Rodrigo Faez.

PSG haven't officially responded to Madrid's second bid, which is comprised of €170-million guaranteed and an additional €10 million in bonuses, according to Laurens and Faez.

Multiple reports suggest the offer expires Monday.

PSG sporting director Leonardo confirmed last week that the club rejected Los Blancos' initial €160-million proposal. Madrid reportedly returned with a second bid a couple of days later.

Les Parisiens are hoping to get around €220 million for the 22-year-old forward, according to Laurens and Faez.

Mbappe, who scored both goals in PSG's 2-0 win over Reims on Sunday, already told the club he wants to leave. The World Cup winner is in the final year of his contract and free to negotiate with new teams come January.

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