Liverpool 'not put off' by PSG's £200m transfer price tag for Kylian Mbappe



Posted Thursday, February 18, 2021 by Dailystar.co.uk

Liverpool officials aren't concerned about the possibility of Paris Saint-Germain asking for a fee of £200million for Kylian Mbappe, reports suggest

Liverpool are still likely to be in the mix for Kylian Mbappe this summer, despite Paris Saint-Germain's astronomical demands.

Mbappe's stock continued to rise on Tuesday night as he marked his first appearance at the Nou Camp with a hat-trick in PSG's 4-1 win over Barcelona.

The French wonderkid is regarded as the most valuable player in the world, and it seems PSG will cash in if they are forced to sell.

Mbappe's contract is up in the summer of 2022, and it has been claimed that he wants to leave this summer rather than leave on a free next year.

Liverpool are believed to be interested, regardless of PSG's demands, as are Real Madrid and Manchester City.

Liverpool 'not put off' by PSG's £200m transfer price tag for Kylian Mbappe
PSG will apparently demand a fee of £200m for Kylian Mbappe (Image: Icon Sport via Getty Images)

Mbappe, according to Le Parisien, will apparently demand a yearly salary of £26million.

PSG will also ask for £173m, meaning Liverpool would have to obliterate the record transfer fee paid by an English side.

Liverpool have been linked with Mbappe for some time now, and it has been claimed that the forward would be interested in a move.

Liverpool 'not put off' by PSG's £200m transfer price tag for Kylian Mbappe
Kylian Mbappe scored a hat-trick against Barcelona for PSG (Image: Getty Images)

But speaking after his hat-trick against Barca, he refused to give much away over his future but expressed he is still continuing to evaluate his options.

"Tonight, it is magnificent but we have not won anything yet," he said.

"I am happy. I always want to give the best of myself. I have not always had that success. But never in my life will I hide.

Liverpool 'not put off' by PSG's £200m transfer price tag for Kylian Mbappe
Kylian Mbappe got the better of Lionel Messi on Tuesday night (Image: GETTY)

"Today, my hard work is paying off. We are feeling better and better physically [after a COVID-19 outbreak in the camp].

"It would be stupid to decide my future on a single match. The truth is that it is about reflecting for the long-term.

"I have always said that I am happy here. This sort of match makes me even happier. The PSG shirt is one that I hold dear to my heart.”



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