• Mbappe has been heavily linked to a move to Real Madrid
  • PSG are preparing a counteroffer to convince Mbappe to stay
  • Mbappe has netted 22 goals in the underway season

Kylian Mbappe is reportedly open to moving to Premier League club Liverpool FC ahead of the 2022 summer window.

Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) forward Mbappe, who has been heavily linked to a summer switch to Real Madrid, is attracted to Jurgen Klopp's project at Liverpool, Spanish publication SPORT reported.

The report further claimed that Mbappe is frustrated with Los Blancos' current sports project, which is why he's taking his time to call on his future. He reportedly does not want to make a decision that would be a step back in his career.

Real Madrid made two back-to-back offers for Mbappe last summer, but PSG failed to respond to either of those. Now that Mbappe has less than six months left on his current deal, PSG will not earn a penny if the French forward leaves the club at the end of the 2021-22 campaign.

It is not the first time Mbappe has been associated with a move to Anfield. The Reds boss Klopp has been known to be an admirer of Mbappe, and it is believed that he's still trying to make the World Cup winner join him in Merseyside.

In a final attempt to convince Mbappe not to join Real Madrid, PSG are preparing a lucrative offer that will make him the highest-paid player in world soccer on a deal worth well over $681,460 (£500,000) a week, according to Goal.

PSG recently defeated Real Madrid in their Round of 16 first leg tie in the Champions League. Mbappe saved his team as he netted an injury-time winner for the Parc des Princes side.

Kylian Mbappe celebrates after scoring PSG's late winner against Real Madrid
Kylian Mbappe celebrates after scoring PSG's late winner against Real Madrid AFP / FRANCK FIFE

After the match in Paris, Mbappe confirmed that he has not decided on his future yet.

"People talk about me and my future, it's normal — but as a player for Paris Saint-Germain, I will give everything I have. I can confirm that my future has not yet been decided - and this game with Real Madrid will not change anything," Mbappe said after PSG's 1-0 win, according to Fabrizio Romano.

Meanwhile, PSG sporting director Leonardo Araújo has backed Mbappe to take the right decision before calling the 23-year-old forward one of the top five players in the world.

"I don't think such an important decision will depend on a match or a tie. He is an intelligent, mature boy, with a tremendous capacity for analysis and always knowing what he wants for his career and his future. Hopefully, he spends his entire career at PSG, which would be a very good sign for us and the club. For me he is a player who is in the top five of the world without any doubt," Leonardo told El Larguero.

In the 2021-22 season, Mbappe has netted 22 goals and 16 assists in 32 competitive appearances for PSG.