ESPN pundit reveals what Liverpool must do to sign Kylian Mbappe

French star Kylian Mbappe showed his growing discontent with PSG manager Thomas Tuchel as both got involved in a touchline row on Saturday.

This incident took place when the 21-year-old was substituted in the Ligue 1 side’s 5-0 win over Montpellier at the Parc des Princes, with the defending champions now moving 13 points clear at the top.

The supremely talented youngster showed a strong reaction for getting replaced by Mauro Icardi, shrugging off the embrace of his manager and getting involved in a heated exchange.

This latest event will only serve to fuel the talks about his possible exit in the near future, with Real Madrid and Liverpool as possible destinations for him.

The France international has praised both clubs in the past, but he has been particularly gushing about Jurgen Klopp’s side recently.

French football journalist and broadcaster Julien Laurens revealed on ESPN how the Reds can bring Mbappe to Anfield:

“It’s pretty simple. If Liverpool can pay the £253million, or £295m with bonuses, and put that on the table – which is what PSG will ask anyone to sign Mbappe.

“If Liverpool can afford that, plus give him the wages that he wants, he will consider that offer every day of the week.

“Yes, Real Madrid is his dream and one day there is a certainty that he will play at the Bernabeu.

“But he’s only 21 so there’s plenty of time for him to go and play in Madrid one day.

“The fact is that he also would like to play in the Premier League one day too.

“Liverpool is a very attractive proposition for any top player in the world right now with what they are putting together and the project of Jurgen Klopp.

“But again, if they can’t put that money down on the table for an offer, there’s no way he could go there.”

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