KYLIAN MBAPPE has agreed to give up PSG bonuses worth £70million, according to reports.
The superstar is out of contract at the end of the season and appears destined to leave the Ligue Un giants.
Kylian Mbappe could give up £70million in bonuses by leaving PSGRex
Mbappe penned a two-year deal with PSG last year despite serious interest from Real Madrid.
PSG are hopeful he will renew again but that seems unlikely after he penned a letter informing club chiefs he would not trigger his one-year extension.
And now the club has been dealt a further blow as Mbappe is ready to give up the £70m he is owed in bonuses, report RMC Sport.
Mbappe was reportedly set to be paid a £51m loyalty bonus for remaining at PSG over the summer.
But the French outfit now risk losing the forward for nothing amid interest from around the world.
Saudi Arabian side Al-Hilal were understoof to have had a world record £259 million bid for Mbappe accepted by PSG.
However, the 24-year-old has turned down the move after rejecting the chance to talk to the club’s representatives.
Chelsea and Manchester United are both said to be in the race to sign Mbappe.
Liverpool hold a long-term interest in the Frenchman but it appears he could have his heart set on a move to Real Madrid.
Reports claimed Mbappe planned to sign a pre-contract agreement with Real in January before joining the club when his contract expires next summer.