PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN’S incredible spending spree is set to continue – with a sensational bid for Monaco star Kylian Mbappe, according to reports.
PSG stunned football last week by smashing the world transfer record to sign Neymar from Barcelona and Mbappe, 18, could be next, according to the Paris United twitter account.
Paris United claim PSG have already agreed personal terms with the teenager and will hit Monacao with an offer for the French international valued at £180million in the coming days.
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Mbappe has reportedly told Monaco he wants to leave this summer, and to add to the saga, Sportswear giants Nike are keen to help make the switch happen.
The forward is a Nike athlete and the company supply the PSG kit.
Edison Cavani, Marco Veratti and Neymar all represent Nike who want Mbappe in the French capital to line up a huge marketing strategy ahead of the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
The biggest stumbling block will be the Ligue 1 champions reluctance to sell to a domestic rival.
Bernardo Silva, Benjamin Mendy to Mancehster City and Tiemoue Bakayoko to Chelsea have all been sold abroad.
Fabinho was a PSG target this summer – but thier advances have so far been rejected out of hand.
Valere Germain was the only first team squad member sold to a French club when he joined Marseille in June.
Mbappe featured for the champions who kicked off the defence of thier title with a 3-2 home win against Toulouse.
Thomas Lemar, who is keen to join Arsenal this summer also started to game at the Stade Louis II stadium last Friday.
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