Real Madrid set to sign Kylian Mbappe

Real Madrid set to sign Kylian Mbappe

- Kylian Mbappe is on the verge of moving to Champions League winners Real Madrid

- Reports from France claim Los Blancos will launch a €135 million bid for the striker

- Madrid have already approached Monaco with bids of €100 million and €115 million

- Mbappe will remain at Monaco next season as he will not command a starting spot, if he joins

Real Madrid are set to made a world record bid of €135 million (£117.5 million) to AS Monaco prodigy Kylian Mbappe this summer.

According to Radio Montecarlo the Champions League winners will smash the 3world-record transfer fee to sign the 18-year-old.

Real Madrid set to sign Kylian Mbappe

Mbappe is the most wanted property in the market this summer

Monaco, Ligue 1 winners last season have already rejected bids of €100 million and €115 million from Madrid.

Madrid's new bid will smash Manchester United's world record £89 million outlay for Paul Pogba last summer.

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Mbappe had a very impressive campaign in 2016-17, netting goals across all competitions as Monaco won Ligue 1 and made the semi-finals of the UEFA Champions League.

NAIJ.com gathered that Mbappe will remain at Monaco next season if the deal goes through as he could not yet demand a starting role in Los Blancos' first XI.

Real Madrid set to sign Kylian Mbappe

Mbappe will not be a starter at Champions League holder Real Madrid

Manchester United, Chelsea, and Arsenal are also interested in the France international but when a club like Real Madrid comes calling, its difficult to reject.

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Source: Sports.naij.com

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