In the event that Real Madrid declines to match Paris Saint-Germain’s €250 million asking price for Kylian Mbappe, the French team has reportedly requested that either Rodrygo or Eduardo Camavinga be included in the transaction.
According to a source in El Nacional, if Mbappe joins Los Blancos this summer, PSG will seek Rodrygo or Camavinga in exchange from Real Madrid in addition to monetary compensation.
Luis Enrique, the manager of PSG, has urged the Parisians to proceed with the transfer because he is eager to work with the players in question.
Enrique apparently thinks that even if Mbappe leaves the French Ligue 1 winners, PSG can compete for the top spot.
However, Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti is not enthusiastic about the suggested transaction and has pleaded with the La Liga heavyweights to keep both players at the club.
When Mbappe’s contract with PSG ends at the end of the current season in 2019, Real Madrid apparently plans to wait to sign him on a free transfer.