- Kylian Mbappé could end up joining Real Madrid next summer
- The Frenchman has a deal with PSG until 2022
- Los Blancos are confident the forward will not sign a new deal with Ligue 1 champions
Newly crowned Spanish League champions Real Madrid are confident they can lure Kylian Mbappé away from Paris Saint-Germain next summer.
Los Blancos won their 34th La Liga title following their 2-1 victory over Villarreal in their second to the last game of the season.
Karim Benzema scored the two goals that powered Zinedine Zidane's men to glory - beating their arch-rival to the silverware.
However, they are already planning for life after the French striker as they plan to go for the 2018 FIFA World Cup winner.
Though, Real might be faced with a huge task as PSG might not allow both Neymar and Mbappé to leave them at the same time.
The Catalans appear to be edging closer to sealing a deal for the Brazilian who left the club in the summer of 2017 in a world record deal three years ago.
Mbappé is also tied to PSG until 2022 and the French League champions might not allow their man to join another club when they are yet to find a replacement for him.
SunSport quoting Marca claim Madrid are confident the forward will not commit his future further to the Parisians which might force them to sell him in 2021.
With Mbappé regarded as the most valuable player in world football right now, PSG will refuse to let that happen.
The Sun further reveals that PSG will try and persuade the France international extend his star at the Parc Des Princes beyond the summer of 2022.
He has however shown interest in joining Los Blancos in what he considers as a dream move having grown up with Real Madrid-era Cristiano Ronaldo posters on his wall.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Karim Benzema's brace were all Real Madrid needed to clinch their 34th Spanish League title after beating visiting Villarreal 2-1 at the Alfredo Di Stefano Stadium.
The Frenchman opened scoring for Los Blancos just one minute before half time through a close-range shot from the right side of the six-yard box.
Having benefited from a superb run of play from playmaker Luka Modric who drove towards the danger zone with the ball before releasing it to the striker.