- Kylian Mbappe could become PSG's most paid star if he signs new deal
- The 21-year-old is heavily wanted by Real Madrid chief Florentino Perez
- Mbappe has a deal with the Parisians until the summer of 2022 but Real will wait till a year before making a move
Paris Saint Germain are reportedly planning to hand French football star Kylian Mbappe an improved bid to stop Real Madrid from poaching him.
The 21-year-old forward has a running contract with the Parisians until the summer of 2022 but that does not stop other top European clubs from bidding for him.
PSG have now concluded plans to offer the 2018 World Cup-winning star a whooping £41 million-per-year deal in the coming days.
Real have been a long time admirer of the attacker but the Parc Des Princes outfit would not allow their man to leave without a fight.
According to Daily Mail, Los Blancos chief Florentino Perez has a plan to land the attacker towards the end of his tenure in Paris.
The same strategy they employed when they signed Belgian star Eden Hazard from Chelsea last August.
However, PSG are willing to offer Mbappe a huge deal in a bid to make it impossible for the Spanish League giants from luring him to their side.
Reports from the Ligue 1 side reveals that the France international will be paid significantly less than teammate Neymar.
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Daily Mail quoting L'Equipe reports that the Brazilian forward pockets about £600,000, which equals to about £2.6 million a month.
The publication further states that the 21-year-old currently earns £375,000 a week but the new deal would see him become the highest-paid player at the club.
After his row with Thomas Tuchel, the club's sporting director Leonardo was said to have backed the youngster in the process.
"I heard things about Mbappe, on his personality,' he told Canal+, as reported by Goal after PSG's 4-2 victory over Lyon at the weekend.
"It makes me feel uncomfortable. If a player leaves the field, and talks to the coach, OK... He is at fault. We will talk about it and settle this.
"But to say that he is a spoiled child, I don't accept that. Because he's an adorable, very committed person and a fantastic player."
Mbappe has scored 22 goals in 25 appearances in all competitions this campaign and could increase the tally in the course of the season.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Kylian Mbappe has often been described as the poster-boy of football's next generation but outside the pitch, the Frenchman is making his own grandstanding legacy in the dimension of humanitarian effort.
The sensational wonder-kid has been phenomenal for Paris-Saint-Germain this season, scoring a whopping 14 goals and four assists in just 1244 minutes played, with each of thee goal coming within 89 minutes.
Mbappe has now been reported to have unveiled a charity for kids named KM which he often donates part of his €17.5 million annual salaries.