PSG star Kylian Mbappe has told his current club he wishes to leave at the end of the season with plenty expected to be interested in his services.
According to The Times, funds could be an issue with the 21-year-old not going to come cheaply, believed to currently be earning around €350,000 per week, if not more.
The Ligue 1 giants are also expected to demand a large fee and here five clubs that may be able to afford Mbappe come next summer.
The Reds have been regularly linked with a move for Mbappe, especially after they signed a deal with sportswear giants Nike.
The Etihad outfit could be back in for Lionel Messi next year, though may also turn their attentions to Mbappe.
Whatever the price PSG demand, City will be able to afford.
The Bernabeu outfit have been regularly linked with a move for the flying French winger and are likely to do everything in their powers to try to secure a move.
Juventus had the financial power to bring in Cristiano Ronaldo a couple of years ago and could have the same to sign Mbappe.
Ronaldo may depart Turin next summer and that would certainly free up the cash.
United spent big on Harry Maguire last summer but are reluctant to repeat the feat on Jadon Sancho this year.
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Though if Mbappe is available next summer, there is certainly the financial clout at Old Trafford for United to be in the transfer battle.
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