French star Kylian Mbappe has waived part of a $75 million financial bonus in his contract with the Parisian club this summer, a source involved in the talks told French news agency. Mbappe has been a free agent since last Monday, knowing that Real Madrid are waiting patiently for him, with the option of signing with a club other than his current team.
A source told Agence France-Presse on Thursday that the French star has joined Paris Saint-Germain. Kylian Mbappe In an agreement reached with the Parisian club this summer, he waived a portion of his $75 million in financial rewards.
A source involved in the negotiations said the rewards would be worth between US$65 million and US$75 million and would provide financial security for the club should he leave as a free player at the end of his contract next June. .
Several media reported other sums, such as Le Parisien newspaper, which confirmed that Mbappe had given up the $85 million “loyalty” bonus he was due last September, bringing the total value to $105 million, along with other sums. Approximately one dollar.
Mbappe has become a free agent and, as of Monday, has the option to sign for a club other than his current team. He said this in a media statement after the victory Paris Saint-Germain With the Champions Cup title on Wednesday, at the expense of Toulouse 2-0, he said: “This summer I concluded an agreement with the president (Nasser Al-Khelaifi), whatever my decision, we managed to protect all parties and the club is ready for the upcoming challenges, which is the most important thing.” He hasn't made up his “decision” about his future.
Paris Saint-Germain will cover these amounts for Mbappe's potential transfer without receiving a transfer fee.
Upon signing his contract with the French champions in 2022, Mbappe received a total salary of $78 million annually, a signing bonus of 164 million euros in three installments and a loyalty bonus of increased value, $75 million in the first year. and $85 million during the year. 95th in the second and third seasons.