Kylian Mbappe has responded to Tottenham’s interest in signing the Paris Saint-Germain superstar and Spurs fans may want to look away now.
PSG confirmed the 24-year-old was up for sale last Friday after he was left out of the club’s pre-season tour of Japan.
Mbappe insisted that he would not sign a new contract with the Ligue 1 side, despite allegedly being offered a 10-year contract at the Parc des Princes worth €1 billion.
It is widely thought that the Frenchman is keen to pursue his dream of playing for Real Madrid, having reportedly agreed a free transfer to the Bernabeu for next summer when his contract expires.
However, PSG are determined not to lose him for free and are therefore demanding he leaves Paris this summer.
As a result, Les Parisiens have been inundated with interest from across the footballing landscape, including a record breaking €300 million bid from Saudi Arabian side Al Hilal.
Meanwhile, an array of Premier League clubs have also shown an interest in signing him, including Chelsea, Manchester United and Tottenham.
That’s according to Sky Sports, who claim that PSG will listen to “any offer” for their prized asset, including loan deals.
However, it seems Tottenham may be out of the race for his signature following reports from France stating that Mbappe has “no interest” in a move to Tottenham Hotspur this summer.
Get French Football News add that PSG are “still actively pursuing a deal for Tottenham’s Harry Kane, who remains Les Parisiens’ top offensive target.”
It remains to be seen where Mbappe’s next destination may be, but it seems the World Cup winner will have plenty of options to choose from.
Speaking on Monday morning, journalist Kaveh Solhekol told Sky Sports: “The Al Hilal offer is not the only offer PSG have received.
“The market for Mbappe is, in quote, hyper, hyper competitive. A huge number of clubs have expressed interest in the past 48 hours and are formulating bids.
“PSG, we’re being told, will listen to any offer. They don’t care where he goes. No emotions. It’s all about money now.
“They will listen to loan offers, but obviously they would prefer a large transfer fee.