Kylian Mbappe REJECTS Having Talks With Saudi Club Al Hilal After £257m World Record Bid.

Paris Saint-Germain forward Kylian Mbappé won't have negotiation talks with Al Hilal over a potential world-record transfer to Saudi Arabia, per multiple reports.

Despite Al Hilal representative flying to Paris today, the Frenchman has rejected to negotiate a deal with the Saudi Pro League side even for one year.

Mbappé has currently no intentionof having  talks despite a lucrative €200m fixed salary proposal plus 100% image rights, after Al Hilal reportedly made a world-record €300m (£257m) offer for the World Cup winner on Saturday.

Al Hilal's offer was subject to the agreement of a payment schedule and it was conditional on the signing of contracts between the clubs and between Mbappe and Al Hilal.

PSG became more eager, and will listen to any offer and all proposals to sell Mbappe to the highest bidder, after making it clear that he will not play for the club again, as he will not extend his current contract.

The Ligue 1 champions are determined not to lose Mbappe for free as they are even willing to loan Mbappe out for the season, having reportedly cost more than £150m when he signed from Monaco for nothing.

His rejection has further convinced PSG that the 24-year-old has an agreement deal with Real Madrid as free agent next summer when his contract expires.

However, the Spanish gaints may now be tempted to make a formal bid for the player to make sure they do not miss out on him again to any club.

The offer from Al Hilal is not the only one the French champions have received so far. 

At least five clubs are also interested in signing Mbappe including Chelsea, Manchester United, Tottenham, Inter Milan and Barcelona, although these other clubs will struggle to come anywhere near Al Hilal's offer.

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