According to The Times, the 21-year-old wants to further his career elsewhere and is eyeing up a move to either the Premier League or La Liga.
Mbappe He became one of the best soccer players in the world at Paris Saint-Germain after his major financial transfer from Monaco in 2018 and scored 90 goals for the club in just 124 games, in addition to providing 51 assists. Perez has given the responsibility of bringing Mbappe to Real Madrid to Zidane.
PSG did not want to sell Mbappe but find themselves in a hard position with the forward only having two years left on his deal and intent on leaving.
Mbappe will make the headlines in the next season transfer business as many clubs will vie for his signature after the World Cup victor told PSG directors of his intention to leave the club at the end of the current campaign.
However, Madrid will have to compete, most certainly, with other big European teams like Manchester City, Manchester United, or even Barcelona. Although the funds to sign a player widely viewed as a generational talent may not be forthcoming, as LFC have not spent extravagantly under the ownership of FSG.
As for Liverpool themselves, manager Jurgen Klopp was earlier asked about the prospect of signing Mbappe, but even though his praise for the player rose through the roof, he admitted in was financially impossible for the club to acquire the young Frenchman.