Kylian Mbappe has been linked with Real Madrid, Arsenal, Liverpool and Paris Saint-Germain since the season ended, but now Monaco are pushing the boat out in their attempt to keep the French striker.
French newspaper Le Journal du Dimanche reports that Mbappe will be offered an extraordinary new deal that takes his pay from £15,000 a week to £140,000 a week.
The 18-year-old enjoyed a sparkling breakthrough season, scoring 26 goals as Monaco won Ligue 1 and reached the last four of the Champions League, and Madrid are reported to be favourites to sign him.
Le Journal du Dimanche says the Liga champions have already seen a £114 million offer turned down, with Monaco telling Bernabeu officials that they are not willing to sell “for the time being,” and a contract extension is still possible.
Meanwhile, the Mirror reports that Monaco intend to keep Mbappe for at least one more year. The champions do not want to see him added to a list of departures that could soon include Bakayoko, Benjamin Mendy, Thomas Lemar, Fabinho and Djibril Sidibe.