Real Madrid have reportedly given Paris Saint-Germain an ultimatum regarding their transfer offer for Kylian Mbappe, having made a second bid in the region of £154.4m including add-ons.
The €180m offered in the revised bid covers what PSG paid Monaco in 2017 to bring Mbappe to the Parc des Princes, which was broken down into a €135m (£115.7m) transfer fee and included €35m (£30m) in bonuses.
However, talkSPORT reports that Real Madrid are prepared to withdraw their proposal for the winger if PSG do not agree with the figure offered.
Due to Mbappe only having one season remaining on his current contract, Real Madrid will be able to sign him on a pre-contract in January and the winger would arrive at the Bernabeu on a free transfer next summer.
Mbappe has won 11 trophies with PSG since arriving from Monaco, scoring 133 goals along the way.