According to the Mirror, Kylian Mbappe is considering rejecting a lucrative offer from Saudi Arabia in favor of a loan move to Liverpool on a one-year loan deal.
The 24-year-old striker has caused frustration among Paris Saint-Germain officials by declining to engage in talks with Al Hilal, despite the Saudi club's world-record bid of €300m being accepted by PSG
PSG now fears that Mbappe might depart the capital for nothing and join Real Madrid when his contract expires next summer, which surely is a nightmare scenario for the French champions.
While Real Madrid continues to show interest in Mbappe, they find it challenging to compete with the offer presented by Al Hilal. On the other hand, Liverpool is prepared to offer Mbappe a one-year loan deal that benefits all parties involved.
Such an arrangement would allow Mbappe to leave Paris, provide PSG with a fee, and allow the player to join Madrid next summer as he desires while still competing in a top-level league next season with Liverpool in the Premier League.
Mbappe has a positive regard for Liverpool and their manager, Jurgen Klopp, and is open to making the move. Moreover, his agent, who is also his mother and a Liverpool fan, supports the idea.
Back in 2017, Mbappe had discussions with Liverpool representatives before choosing to join PSG from AS Monaco, according to information gathered by ESPN.
The Mirror made clear, however, that no talks have taken place yet between Mbappe's entourage and Liverpool in order to reach a potential one-year deal to play in England next season.
PSG have made it clear that Mbappe is available for either Al Hilal or Real Madrid, provided they pay a world-record fee. As of now, Real Madrid have not submitted a bid to rival the offer made by the Saudi club, opting to wait for either PSG or Mbappe himself to initiate the next move.