Los Blancos remain fixed on landing the PSG star, and they are likely to make their next move in January.
The Spanish giants made a number of bids for Mbappe during the summer transfer window, but PSG decided to keep their star striker in a bid to convince him to sign a new deal.
The World Cup winner’s contract at the Parc des Princes expires in the summer, but he has remained resistant to any PSG offers.
That means, if nothing changes in the meantime, Real Madrid are free to agree a pre-contract agreement with Kylian Mbappe from January 1.
That is their plan as things stand and PSG are already planning for the future, according to reports in Germany,
Red Bull Salzburg star Karim Adeyemi has become a target of PSG’s, according to a report from Sky Germany via Diario AS
A Germany international at 19 years of age, Adeyemi has scored 14 goals in 18 games this season.
PSG are eyeing Adeyemi as a possible Mbappe replacement, and that could be a big boost for Real Madrid, according to the report.
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