Monaco owner Rybolovlev willing to sell Real Madrid, Man Utd target Mbappe

Kylian Mbappe has vowed to make a decision on his future based on how regularly he will play - and not how much he will earn.

Monaco are set to field a number of big offers for players such as Djibril Sidibe, Tiemoue Bakayoko and Bernardo Silva, but look set to keep Mbappe unless something drastic happens in the next few months.

REAL MADRID have sensationally had a world record bid of £103million turned down by Monaco for their boy wonder Kylian Mbappe.

The 18-year-old's 15 Ligue 1 goals for 2016-17 spearheaded Leonardo Jardim's side to the French title - finishing a dominant eight points clear of second placed PSG - and landed him on the radar of numerous big clubs across Europe.

"Disrupts me, neither my family, nor the club".

Mbappe, dubbed the new Thierry Henry, has been linked to Real Madrid and Manchester United and it would be hard for Monaco to resist an eye-watering offer for the 18-year-old.

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Speaking to L'Equipe, the chief said: "We are not here to decide in the place of men, block them, tell them yes or no". You don't keep a man against his will.

Rybolovlev said the club and the player would need to reach an agreement, even if he acknowledged it will be the former Porto and Atletico Madrid forward who will have the final say on his future.

"In business, if you go against the market and against the trends, you will always lose".

'You know, (Anthony) Martial, it was he who wanted to leave and we can understand'.

With his contract expiring in 2019, Comolli believes Monaco should put all their efforts into extending the young striker's deal as they risk his value depreciating next summer.

However, it remains to be seen if Mbappe and Monaco can resist the overtures from top clubs.

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