Kylian Mbappe has agreed terms with Real Madrid, with a transfer for the Paris Saint-Germain star set to be announced after the Champions League final.

Mbappe only has one month left to run on his current contract with PSG, who have been desperately trying to tie a prized asset down to a contract extension.

The World Cup winner has insisted that he will wait until the end of the season before making a final decision on his future, but Madrid are now certain of securing his services on a free transfer.

PSG have offered to double Kylian Mbappe’s wages to around £4m a month, making him the highest earner in football; an extension would also secure a mammoth signing-on figure in the region of £100m, and includes concessions over image rights as well as bonuses.

PSG are aware Mbappe would earn significantly less at Real and that finances are not driving his decision.

They have spent 18 months trying to convince him that he is the “heartbeat” of the club, their most prized asset, and the player they consider the representation of what they want to stand for: born in Paris, a global phenomenon, an unstoppable force in the game.