The New York Times reported that Kylian Mbappe’s three-year contract with Paris Saint-Germain is worth $250 million (just over €251 million), and as if that wasn’t enough, the forward also received $125 million (just over €125 million euro) as a bonus upon signing the new contract.
Many already saw Kylian Mbappe with the Real Madrid team, but in the end the Frenchman changed his mind and decided to sign a new contract with PSG.
When this topic came up a few months ago, there were many comments about what the numbers were from the striker’s new collaboration with the Parisians.
The New York Times has now revealed that Kylian Mbappe’s three-year contract with PSG is worth $250 million, which is just over €251 million, so the footballer will pocket almost €84 million each season.
As if that amount wasn’t enough, PSG also rewarded Kylian Mbappe with a hefty bonus of $125 million, which is just over €125 million.
The New York Times also published an interview with Kylian Mbappe and one of the questions is whether money is the main motive for him to stay in Paris. The striker denied being lured by the exorbitant sums and said: “Everywhere I went I was given a lot of money”.
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