Paris Saint-Germain to save €200m on Kylian Mbappe exit through unpaid bonuses



In addition to losing their best player, the face of their club, and perhaps the best in the world, PSG will not make a penny from Kylian Mbappe's departure, most likely to Real Madrid, with his contract expiring. However, the amount of money they will save from him leaving will make the bitter pill a little easier to swallow.

As reported by Relevo, PSG will save around €200 million in total, impacting unpaid signing bonuses and contract targets. The €80 million loyalty bonus has been and will not be paid for this season, making up a significant portion of that saving. And the bonuses he was supposed to be entitled to comfortably exceed PSG's second-best wage, which is set at €72m a year without them. However, PSG still foot the bill, and Mbappe is due some of the €130m sing-a-long bonus for signing a new two-year contract in 2022. Overall, the Parisians will be saving a significant amount.

There is talk that Mbappe's salary at Real Madrid will be somewhere in the region of Jude Bellingham and Vinicius Junior's €12m per year, although he will be the highest paid in the team. It's not yet clear whether his signing bonus would make a much bigger difference. The 25-year-old will also benefit from the so-called 'Mbappé Law', which will save him around 20% in taxes if he invests the same money in Madrid.



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