PSG slap £175m price tag on Kylian Mbappe amid Real Madrid interest with French star 'leaning towards' transfer exit

PSG slap £175m price tag on Kylian Mbappe amid Real Madrid interest with French star 'leaning towards' transfer exit

PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN will demand £175million for Kylian Mbappe this summer, according to reports.

Real Madrid want the Frenchman but he will not come cheap even though the superstar is reportedly 'leaning towards an exit'.

Mbappe's contract expires in the summer of 2022.

But if he decides not to extend the deal, PSG may look to cash in at the end of this season.

Even though the 22-year-old will only have a year left at that stage, the French champions still want £175m, according to Le Parisien.

Mbappe enjoys playing for PSG but is said to be coming around to the idea of leaving.

And after he left fans around the world in awe with his Champions League hat-trick against Barcelona on Tuesday, Mbappe said he'd be stupid to make a transfer decision after just one game.

The World Cup winner scored three as PSG thrashed the Spanish giants 4-1 during the first-leg of the last-16 tie.

Liverpool and Manchester City are among the list of other clubs keen to snap him up.

But speaking after the win over Barca, Mbappe said: "The PSG shirt is one that I cherish and carry in my heart.

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“My future? It would be stupid to decide my future based on just one game.

"It’s something to reflect on for the long term.

"I’ve always said that I’m happy here and games like that make you very happy."

Mbappe's sensational performance at the Nou Camp left Marcus Rashford, Neymar and Jadon Sancho in awe.

Ex-Chelsea star Joe Cole also said he is the best player in the world.

Rio Ferdinand backed him up and insisted Mbappe is on track to 'take over the throne'.

Mbappe was also given a rare nine out of ten for his masterclass by L'Equipe.

And Arsene Wenger urged PSG to focus on keeping Mbappe and Neymar rather than sign Lionel Messi.

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