Arsenal and Mnchester United summer target Kylian Mbappe has reportedly told Monaco he will only consider a move to Real Madrid.
According to Marca, the 18-year-old held a meeting with the Ligue 1 club's hierarchy over the weekend and despite reported interest from Paris Saint-Germain and Premier League trio Arsenal, Manchester United and Manchester City, his heart is set on Los Blancos if he leaves.
Speculation surrounding Cristiano Ronaldo's future could impact his decision, according to Roberts, as the superstar reportedly wants out of Madrid this summer. If he goes, Real will want Mbappe as soon as possible.
Football writer Robin Bairner shared Marca's cover from Monday, on which Mbappe's decision is the lead story, but he cast doubt over their report
Nevertheless, Los Merengues are one of the few clubs who can afford the starlet after his value soared on the back of an incredible season at Monaco, in which he racked up 26 goals and 14 assists.
Mbappe is a Real Madrid fan, so they're still a likely destination for him at some point, but with so many elite clubs interested in him he's likely assessing his options carefully.
Monaco are desperate to keep the youngster, as evidenced by them resisting reported bids of up to €130 million for him, and it's hardly beyond the realms of possibility he opts to stay there for another season to focus on his development.
He's one of the hottest properties on the market this summer, though, so expect the saga to continue for some time.