As Manchester United are dragged into the rumours around Kylian Mbappé’s future, we today get to see claims that the Red Devils will soon bid for the player.

The information comes from Marca, who feature a long piece about the 25-year-old not being called up for Paris Saint Germain’s pre-season tour in Japan.

The outlet explains that with the lack of an agreement for a contract renewal, the French club now pressure their star and threaten not to use him in his final year of contract.

Real Madrid may have always been considered the favourites to land Mbappé, but in the past few days other clubs have been linked to him.

Today, Marca names Manchester United as one of the clubs who PSG ‘know’ will bid for the star this summer.

The Red Devils are placed with the likes of Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, AC Milan and even an Arab club who’d put €200m on the table.

That all continues to sound like PSG are trying to pressure Real Madrid, who, for now, seem to be waiting for a relative bargain this year or a free signing in 2024.

Only the real competition from Manchester United and others would apparently convince the Santiago Bernabeu side to accelerate and make a big offer for him now, and that seems exactly what PSG are hoping for.