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The staggering numbers behind Kylian Mbappe’s offered 700m euro salary

The Frenchman has received a massive offer

Kylian Mbappe could net a staggering 22 euros EVERY SECOND should he sign for Al-Hilal this summer, it has been revealed.

Paris Saint Germain were rocked by the news that the Frenchman intends to leave the club on a free transfer next summer, having told the French giants that he doesn’t want to exercise the extension option in his contract.

Having only penned fresh terms last summer, Mbappe will be a free agent next summer, and the French champions have no intention to let him leave for nothing after paying £170m to sign him from Monaco.

As a result, they have accepted a mammoth 300m euro offer from Saudi Arabia side Al-Hilal, who also tried to sign Lionel Messi at the start of the summer.

Better still? It has been reported that should he decide that he wants to leave Al-Hilal in favour of Real Madrid next summer, he is free to do so, which would allow the Frenchman to leave PSG on good terms and also join Los Blancos, as has been his long term dream.

It remains unclear whether Mbappe is minded to take it, but the Saudi side are willing to offer him 700m euros for just one year in the middle east, and then a free pass to join Real Madrid, which could well be tempting.

  • €58.33m a month
  • €13.3m a week
  • €1.9m a day
  • €79,900 an hour
  • €1,332 a minute
  • €22 per second

For reference, Forbes magazine revealed that the highest-paid Sportsman for 2022 was Cristiano Ronaldo, who took home 136m dollars (122.7m euros).

Every second, the Portuguese star took home around 4 euros, which is less than 1/5 of what Mbappe is set to make should he sign on the dotted line for the Saudi side.

Add into that the fact that tax in Saudi Arabia would be far less than in France, and Mbappe will be a considerably richer man at the end of his time with Al-Hilal than at the start.


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Ben Browning

Football writer and analyst. Long-time writer of all things Arsenal and avid watcher of European football. Happy to discuss all things football over on Twitter.

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