Paris Saint-Germain is about to splash a heap more 🤑 money on their second big target of this years’ transfer window – Kylian Mbappe.

As if Neymar wasn’t enough to satisfy the Qatarian owners French fans, they’ve still been chasing down Mbappe’s signature real hard and by the looks of things, they’ve just got it too.

L’Equipe is reporting that PSG and AS Monaco have come to an agreement.

The current deal on the table is a year long loan deal, with the option to buy Mbappe next summer for €180 million.

PSG are insisting on a year-long loan, instead of a direct transfer, to avoid UEFA’s Financial Fair Play rules. Basically if they were to sign Mbappe straight off the bat – the deal would be blocked by UEFA.

He’s expected to arrive in Paris to undergo a medical today.