“PSG and Real Madrid Reach €250 Million Mbappe Transfer Agreement, Breaking World Record: Exclusive Report”

According to an exclusive report from PSG Community, Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and Real Madrid have reached an agreement valued at €250 million ($271 million) for the transfer of Kylian Mbappe. This deal would break the world transfer record. The report states that negotiations between PSG’s Qatari owners and Real Madrid representatives have intensified since a meeting held on Wednesday. Messages have been exchanged between the Emir of Qatar and PSG’s owner, as well as Real Madrid’s president, to finalize the agreement.

The reported terms of the deal indicate an initial fee of €200 million ($217 million), with an additional €50 million ($55 million) in bonuses based on Mbappe’s appearances for Real Madrid and potential achievement of the Ballon d’Or award. If this report is accurate and the transfer goes through, it would surpass the previous record-breaking transfer when PSG signed Neymar for €222 million ($243 million) from FC Barcelona in 2017.

It is noteworthy that Mbappe, who joined PSG on loan from Monaco before his permanent transfer, is set to become a free agent in just over a year. Previously, there were discussions about Mbappe joining Real Madrid in 2022, but he ultimately extended his contract with PSG until 2024. However, Mbappe has recently expressed his intention not to renew his contract with PSG after it expires.

Despite Mbappe’s statement about his commitment to PSG, the club has reportedly taken a firm stance and indicated that he will be sold if he does not commit to them. Earlier reports suggested that PSG would refuse to sell Mbappe to Real Madrid, but it seems that the Emir of Qatar is now willing to let go of their prized asset in order to make a profit.

As of now, major Spanish sports newspapers, AS and MARCA, have not confirmed or denied the existence of an agreement between PSG and Real Madrid. However, AS did report earlier that PSG’s ultimatum for Mbappe to renew his contract or be sold was still in effect.

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