Real Madrid are reportedly confident of signing Paris Saint-Germain attacker Kylian Mbappe in a €180m (£161m) deal next summer providing that the Frenchman does not sign a new deal in Paris.
The 21-year-old has scored 97 times and registered 58 assists in 132 appearances for PSG since arriving from Monaco, including seven goals and seven assists in eight outings this term.
Madrid are believed to view Mbappe as a key part of their rebuild, while Liverpool have also been strongly linked with the France international in recent months.
The World Cup winner's existing deal with Thomas Tuchel's side will expire in June 2022, and according to AS, Madrid are confident of signing him in a €180m (£161m) deal next summer.
The report, though, says that a move is likely to rely on whether PSG can tie the forward to a new contract.
Mbappe has allegedly already turned down three offers from Les Parisiens to renew his deal.