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Report claims Real Madrid will make irresistible offer for Mbappe in final days of the transfer window

Just when it seemed that the speculation regarding Kylian Mbappe's future was dying down, a report has claimed that Real Madrid are preparing a final attempt to sign him.

It is being said that the Spanish team will send a final proposal to PSG between August 29 and September 1, just at the end of the transfer window, with an offer believed to be worth 120 million euros (about 130 million dollars).

This is according to German newspaper Bild, who state that the plan has already been approved by the club's board of directors.

The amount being proposed is lower than what the Parisian board were looking for in exchange for the France international, which was around 150m euros (about 163m dollars).

However, the offer could still be irresistible. It would leave PSG between a rock and a hard place, as they must either accept the amount offered by Real Madrid or keep the player for the last year of his contract, meaning he could leave for free in 2024.

Mbappe's complicated situation at PSG

Mbappe is having a difficult start to the season, as PSG initially refused to allow him to train with his teammates and it was only this week that he was able to join them.

He then played in the second half of their match this Saturday against Toulouse.

In the stands, fans are outraged by his behavior and club management even threatened to not allow him to play and to keep him watching in the stands until the end of his contract.

However, they have now backed down and allowed him to return, but the atmosphere in the dressing room is far from ideal.

Meanwhile, Real Madrid are in urgent need of a goalscorer to fight against the best in Europe.

Although Joselu was brought in, the team is looking for someone with a higher level of quality, to be supported by all the offensive arsenal the team has: Jude BellinghamVinicius and Rodrygo.

Mbappe would be the jewel in the crown to help the club to compete at the highest level in Europe.

In addition, leaving the offer to the last minute would avoid a long negotiation between two clubs that have a bad relationship with each other and have not held talks over the striker.

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