300M Euro Bid For Kylian Mbappe: Al-Hilal Make World Record

The Saudi Pro League Al-Hilal has made a world record by making a 300M Euro bid for Kylian Mbappe. If this deal is done, it will be the biggest signing in the history of football. The Saudi Arabian side presented made this world record for securing the signature of the Paris Saint-Germain superstar. 

Media reports say that the Saudi Arabian Side Al-Hilal has offered 300M euro(259M pounds) to Kylian Mbappe and this is the world record of the biggest bid in football history.

The Saudia Pro League side is going to break the current record of 222M euro(200M pounds) that was set in August 2017 when PSG spent on Neymar from Barcelona.

PSG has excluded the World Cup-winning forward from the pre-season tour of Asia because he intends to join Real Madrid as a free agent instead of signing a new contract with PSG. 

The offer by the Saudia Pro League is considered to be a hot potato nowadays because 24 years old player is in the prime of his career and has earned a lot of recognition.

Mbappe’s contract with PSG has entered into the final term and therefore he can sign the biggest offer of his career.

On the other hand, the striker has been serving Real Madrid for a long time and he desires to join the League as a free agent.

PSG is reluctant to lose Mbappe on a free note and presented him for sale to compensate the costs of around 150M pounds that they have spent on him over the years.

Remember that Mbappe has been excluded from PSG’s tour to Japan and South Korea and it is considered to be “moral harassment”.

Reports say that Mbappe is earning 02M pounds per week at PSG. It will be a financial disaster for PSG if they sideline him. His performance has been outstanding and he is PSG’s all-time top scorer.

He has brought three Coupe de France titles and five golden boots before his name. His role in winning the 2018 World Cup can not be underrated.

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