Real Madrid had seven contracts prepared to negotiate with Kylian Mbappe in their attempt to sign the French forward this summer, but it served for nothing because Paris Saint-Germain didn't accept the 220 million euros offered by the club.
The panoramic changes now, though, as long as Mbappe doesn't extend his contract with PSG before Jan. 1, 2022, which is the moment when he's free to negotiate with other clubs.
Madrid are optimistic and hope to sign him still. To ensure Mbappe chooses them, they will offer a six-year deal, until 2028, worth potentially over €30 million per year, more than he currently earns in France, and a bonus for his father and agent between of €60m and €80m, according to ABC.
The new reference
Madrid want to make the France star their reference on and off the pitch. They want him to lead the new project being put together by president Florentino Perez since Cristiano Ronaldo's departure.
They are building a young team and they want Mbappe to be the centre-piece in the long term.
Perez is not going to skimp when it comes to signing the French player. A galactic salary that starts at €24m net plus bonuses that will grow as the seasons go by.
Added to that is the premium that will be paid if he signs for free, which would suppose for the player an average annual income between €34m and €40m net per season. An effort according to the quality that he has and what the player is doing, rejecting PSG's renewal offers, to become a Madrid player.