Kylian Mbappe's future at Paris Saint-Germain is up in the air after recent reports linking him with a move away, and PSG are reportedly considering selling him for a huge fee this summer.
Real Madrid have already submitted a €160 million bid for him, with there still being no green light from PSG and they have not sent an official reply to Real Madrid as of yet.
Mbappe wants to join Real Madrid, either this summer or the next as a free agent, and if Real Madrid are unable to get the deal over the line in the coming days, then Florentino Perez will start working on a possible deal for next summer.
As a result, Mbappe is turning down all of PSG's new contract offers, with him rejecting three contract bids from the club over the past six months.
However, Mbappe will not consider staying at PSG for this season as a failure, with him happy to do so as long as he is allowed to move next summer.
While PSG are not considering selling him right now, if Real Madrid do submit a €200 million bid for him, then they will reflect on it and discuss the 22-year-old's future at the club.
Additionally, Fabrizio Romano has claimed that Real Madrid are showing Mbappe and his family how serious they are to sign him, either through such a bid or else for free in January, and they only want to sign him.
Nasser Al Khelaifi is the only one that will determine Mbappe's future at the club, and he has always said that he wants to keep Mbappe at PSG this summer.
Currently, no English clubs are interested in signing him this summer, with Real Madrid being the only genuine contender for his signature.
Mbappe played in 47 games in all competitions last season, scoring an incredible 42 goals and providing 11 assists in the process, and he has got off the mark this season, scoring once and providing two assists in three appearances in Ligue 1.