Earlier this week, reports in France claimed that Arsene Wenger had a three-hour long meeting with the 18-year-old on June 14, the day after France’s friendly with England in Paris.
Wenger has been a long-term admirer of Mbappe and visited the striker at his home last year in an attempt to convince him to join Arsenal.
Arsenal have already had a €100 million (£88m) offer for the France international rejected this summer and it’s understood that Wenger has instead prioritised a move for his Monaco team-mate Thomas Lemar.
Mbappe is currently with Monaco for their pre-season training camp in the Swiss Alps, and when asked about his future by Marca, the striker replied: ‘I don’t know if I will stay.’
PSG are also ready to spend big in order to land Mbappe and have also held talks with the striker to sway him towards a move to the French capital.
PSG’s sporting director Antero Henrique and president Nasser al-Khelaifi have informed Mbappe that he would be guaranteed playing time, while their contract offer of 12 million (£10.5m) a year is double what Real Madrid are willing to offer.