Real Madrid have made an official bid of €180m to sign Kylian Mbappe.
The Frenchman has expressed his desire to leave PSG in order to facilitate a move to Bernabeu to further his career.
Real Madrid have made a second offer of €180m for Mbappe after seeing their first bid of €160m getting rejected.
And according to many reports, Los Blancos are nearing a deal for the 22-year old and an agreement could be reached soon.
“With a lot of respect, I have to say it’s a matter that the club is managing,” Ancelotti said in a pre-match news conference on Friday. “For me, I’m thinking about tomorrow’s game, and the players too. It’s a matter for the club, I understand it interests everyone, but right now I can’t say more.”
“If I say Mbappe is a great player, I speak the truth,” he added, as he tried to deflect a number of questions on the forward’s possible signing. “I have to repeat, we have a fantastic squad, I’m focused on that. We have a squad that can compete with any team in the world.
“I’m happy with the squad I have. If the squad improves, that’s even better for everyone.”
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