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Saudi Arabian club join Mbappe race with Real Madrid clause

Kylian Mbappe at PSG
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The Blancos are yet to make a formal offer for Mbappe.

Saudi Arabian club Al Hilal have reportedly included ready a special release clause for Real Madrid in their bid to sign Kylian Mbappe.

Paris Saint-Germain have left Mbappe out of their pre-season squad, hoping to sell the striker ahead of the next season. The Ligue 1 giants are eager to avoid a free departure in 2024, but they are yet to receive a formal offer for the World Cup winner.

Real Madrid still haven’t entered talks with PSG, but it seems Mbappe’s Saudi Arabian suitors have prepared a tempting offer.

According to Tancredi Palmeri, Al Hilal are ready to offer €200m per year to Mbappe. The BeIN Sports journalist claims PSG could recieve a €200m fee for the Frenchman this summer.

The Saudi Pro side are also planning to include a special release clause in Mbappe’s contract, which can only be triggered by Real Madrid in 2024.

However, reaching an agreement with the 24-year-old could be challenging as he is reluctant to continue his football in the middle east.

In recent days, reports have also emerged of Arsenal’s interest in signing Mbappe. Football Transfers have claimed the Gunners are willing to include Gabriel Martinelli in a part-swap deal for the PSG superstar.