Although teams like Liverpool are keen on his signature, Monaco have rejected a 75 million offer for Kylian Mbappe and will do whatever it takes to persuade the player to remain in France for the upcoming season, according to the club’s vice-president Vadim Vasilyev.
The Reds have expressed their interest on paper, but the boss of the French team, Dimitri Rybolovlev, is convinced that the particular transfer can wait for another year.
The offer has been rejected by Monaco, who believe that the price tag carried by their prodigy should read a number above 100 million euros.
The young striker produced exceptional performances, both domestically and in the Champions League, attracting several clubs around Europe and Vasilyev claimed that despite Les Monegasques’ undisputed will to retain the player’s services, the club will respect his decision.
“[We will] do everything possible [to keep him in the team],” he told Canal +.
“Everything [however] depends on the player’s will.”
With one game to go for the end of the season, Mbappe has participated in 40 of his team’s goals in all competitions, scoring 26 and assisting 14 in 43 games.