PSG, Real 'agree fee' for Mbappe

Ligue 1

New reports suggest that Paris Saint-Germain star Kylian Mbappe's potential move to Real Madrid could soon be completed after the two clubs seemingly reached an agreement for the Frenchman. 

PSG sporting director Leonardo revealed earlier this week that the 22-year-old wants to leave the Parc des Princes, but also insisted that the Ligue 1 club will reject any bids unless their "conditions are met".   

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It now appears that the club's demands have been met, with Marca reporting that the LaLiga side and PSG have reached an agreement regarding a transfer fee.  

The first offer submitted by Real for Mbappe was a club-record-breaking bid of €160 million (R2.8 billion), which was immediately rejected, but it is now claimed a second offer of €170 million (R2.9 billion) plus €10 million (R175 million) in add-ons, €180 million (R3.1 billion) in total, will be accepted by Les Parisiens.

If this does transpire, Mbappe will become Los Blancos' most expensive signing in their history.

Read: Real make 'second' mega bid for Mbappe  

It is further claimed that an official announcement could come as early as Friday, with Los Blancos looking to unveil the star before he goes on international duty with France in Septemeber.

It remains unknown as to whether or not Mbappe has agreed personal terms with the Spanish giants, but with the forward's desire to join Real, this is not considered as an obstacle. 

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