Paris Saint-Germain have accepted Al Hilal’s world-record £259m bid for Kylian Mbappe.
PSG have now given the Saudi club permission to speak to Mbappe after putting him up for sale and leaving him out of their squad for the pre-season tour of Japan and South Korea, having made it clear they only want to include players who are committed to the club.
PSG will listen to any offer and all proposals to sell Mbappe, and if it was left to the French champions they would just sell him to the highest bidder, although other clubs will struggle to come anywhere near to Al Hilal’s offer.
The forward has one year remaining on his contract and is unwilling to sign a new one, with PSG believing he has already agreed to join Real Madrid for free next summer.
PSG are determined not to lose Mbappe for nothing, having reportedly spent more than £150m to sign him from Monaco.
The 24-year-old will not play for PSG again if he does not extend his contract.