Manchester City and Real Madrid joins the race to sign Kylian Mbappe
Real Madrid and Manchester City have joined the race to sign AS Monaco boy Kylian Mbappe.
Kylian Mbappe has been in tremendous form for French side AS Monaco and has attracted interest from many top European Clubs, now Manchester City and Real Madrid has also joined the race to sign him.
According to reports from France, scouts from Man City and Real have watched him and are setting up a bid to sign him from AS Monaco.
AS Monaco is asking for a whopping £110million record fee for the young striker, which would easy beat the current transfer record of £89m which United paid for Paul Pogba.
Real has the upper hand here because the 18-year-old has already revealed his love towards the Spanish club and has also said that it’s his dream destination.
Many clubs including PSG, Bayern, Manchester United, Chelsea etc are showing interest but Real is the only club which publically admitted the interest.
The 18-year-old attacker has been the fortune turner for Monaco as he has already netted 24 goals and made 5 assists from just 39 appearances this Season.