ARSENAL have reportedly lodged a world-record £123million (about $140m) bid for ”most wanted” Kylian Mbappe.
Arsene Wenger has now made a second monster offer for Monaco’s teenage sensation
And the Gunners could yet land Mbappe ahead of Real Madrid – with the European champions not willing to accommodate him in place of one of their vaunted ‘BBC’ trio.
Arsene Wenger is said to have held a three-hour meeting with Mbappe in an attempt to convince him that The Emirates is the best place for his development.
Wenger has spoken openly of his admiration for Mbappe, who is also wanted by PSG, Liverpool and Manchester United.
France Football claim the Monaco star is a top target for the Gunners, even though they’ve already signed compatriot Alexandre Lacazette.
It’s said that Mbappe and Wenger met on June 14 after France and England’s international friendly in Paris.