France international Kylian Mbappe has reportedly been offered a mouthwatering contract that could see him earn a staggering £125 million (R480 million) over just 24 months.
While it has been suggested the 23-year-old's future has already been decided, he himself recently insisted he is yet to make a decision on where he will be playing his football in the next campaign.
Following Paris Saint-Germain's 5-1 win over Lorient last weekend, Mbappe admitted there are "new elements" for him to consider, amid reports claiming a move to Real Madrid as a free agent in July is far from certain.
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According to Spanish football expert Guillem Balague, the French giants are doing all they can to convince Mbappe to sign a short-term extension, and have gone as far as to offer him a deal worth £125 million over the next two seasons.
Balague also claimed that, aside from Real, no other club stands a chance of acquiring the 2018 FIFA World Cup winner's services for next season, with Los Blancos still the favourites to land his signature should he reject an extension in France.
Furthermore, Mbappe is said to be waiting to hear if the Spanish giants are willing to pay him even more than what PSG are offering him as he still desires a move to Madrid.