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Liverpool reportedly make €200m bid for Kylian Mbappé from PSG

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Liverpool have reportedly made a bid to sign Kylian Mbappé from Paris Saint-Germain, according to Spanish television show ‘El Chiringuito de Jugones’. The report claims that the Premier League club has offered €200 million ($220 million) for the French forward, who is currently out of contract with PSG in 2024. The journalist Edu Aguirre, speaking on the show, added that Liverpool should have no problem agreeing personal terms with the player.

 

Mbappé has reportedly informed PSG that he does not plan to renew his current deal with the club, and there is speculation that he may leave the French capital this summer. Real Madrid have long been linked with the striker, but they have indicated that they would prefer to sign him as a free agent in 2024. However, if Liverpool’s reported bid is accepted, Mbappé could move to Anfield in the current transfer window.

 

PSG’s president, Nasser Al-Khelaïfi, has warned Mbappé that he must commit his future to the club beyond 2024 if he wants to stay. Al-Khelaïfi said that the club cannot let the player go for free, and that if he wants to remain at PSG, he must sign a new contract. Mbappé helped PSG reach the semi-finals of the Champions League last season, but the club was unable to defend their Ligue 1 title, losing out to Lille.

 

Liverpool’s reported bid for Mbappé is a sign of their ambition to challenge for major honors next season. The Reds finished third in the Premier League last season, behind Manchester City and cross-town rivals Manchester United. However, with the addition of a player of Mbappé’s caliber, Liverpool would be in a strong position to challenge for the title once again. It remains to be seen whether PSG will accept Liverpool’s reported bid for the player, or if Mbappé will choose to join the Premier League club.

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