The German winger has one year to go on his contract and is open to moving
Madrid could invest in a forward this summer after missing out on Mbappe
Kylian Mbappe's decision to renew his contract with Paris Saint-Germain has thrown Real Madrid's summer transfer plans up in the air.
Madrid were expecting to make a big investment in the French forward this summer but he instead opted to sign new terms in Paris until 2025.
Therefore, Madrid have had to re-think their strategy for the upcoming transfer window and are weighing up various options, none of which are as exciting as Mbappe was.
Los Blancos have doubts about whether to now invest in attack to make up for missing out on Mbappe or to stick with players like Rodrygo Goes and Marco Asensio as options on the right side.
One of the players on their radar is the Bayern Munich winger Serge Gnabry. The German international is open to a new challenge away from the Bundesliga, with his deal expiring in 2023, so negotiating a fee is a possibility.
Madrid already know that the price Bayern would demand is €40 million. Or Madrid could decide to wait a year and convince Gnabry to join for free next summer, as they did with David Alaba last year.