Paris Saint-Germain ask Haaland to wait until Mbappe makes decision
The French club will go all out for Haaland if Mbappe leaves for free
A decision made in March could affect football for the next decade. We're talking about the futures of Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland.
Paris Saint-Germain have entered the bidding for Haaland and have asked the player's camp to wait a few months to start negotiations.
They are trying to avoid losing Mbappe to Real Madrid for free but if they can't do that they will go all out for Haaland and are ready to hand him a huge contract.
PSG want to keep their status in the football world regardless of what happens with Mbappe and are making moves for that to happen.
Everyone had feared a PSG move. For now, they are focused on Mbappe, though, who has still not responded to their offer and could have something agreed with Madrid.
In Paris, they assure the issue is still open, although they have made moves with Haaland to cover their backs.
The great unknown is if Haaland would accept a move to the French league. His priority os Spain, while Manchester City in England have a great relationship with his dad, who played there.
Madrid have already made a formal offer and president Florentino Perez is convinced he can sign both Mbappe and Haaland.
Barça's position is not as strong but they are working hard to present a financial offer that matches their rivals, while Haaland would also be the star of the Camp Nou project.
PSG have marked March as a deadline for the Mbappe case. If he doesn't accept their offer, they will go for Haaland. In Qatar, where the club's owners are, they feel the club must have one of the big emerging stars of the game.
Their options to sign Haaland are scarce, but the money on the table could change everything.