The Spanish side’s offers for the 22-year-old striker were met with silence, despite suggestions Paris would be willing to sell for the right offer
Real Madrid have been left seething at Paris Saint-Germain over the way they handled negotiations for Kylian Mbappe, Goal can reveal.
The Spanish side made two bids for the France star in August, one for around €160 million (£137m/$188m) and the latest worth €170m (£146m/$200m) plus €10m (£9m/$12m) in add-ons.
Madrid then issued the Ligue 1 team with an ultimatum, insisting they would withdraw their offer if they did not receive a response by 6pm on Monday.
Madrid feel PSG had twice offered them false hope regarding their offers for the World Cup winner.
Madrid and Mbappe had been given the idea that the club would be willing to sell if they could recoup the investment they made on the striker when they signed him from Monaco.
Yet when Madrid offered to do so, PSG simply ignored them instead of saying whether they would accept or reject it. The best they got was sporting director Leonardo dismissing talk of a transfer in the media.
The official silence prompted the Santiago Bernabeu side to issue the ultimatum and they walked away when the deadline passed.