Real Madrid have achieved consent to sign Kylian Mbappe from Monaco for a world record €180 million, Spanish media gave an account of Tuesday.
Games every day Marca, refering to sources near the transactions, said the young Monaco striker is relied upon to joining Real "in the following couple of days" on a six year deal.
French daily papers Le Parisien and Nice Matin said Monaco had denied the report.
In any case, Marca demanded that Real are set to pay between 150-160m euros with additional items of in the vicinity of 20 and 30m, predominating the present world exchange record of 105m Manchester United paid to bait Paul Pogba from Juventus a year ago.
La-liga giants are hoping to fill the void left by Alvaro Morata who joined English Premier League champions Chelsea last Friday.
In the event that he arrives at Zinedine Zidane's European champions the 18-year-old will be on a net yearly pay of "seven million" euros, Marca said.
Mbappe, under contract at Monaco until 2019, has been charmed by some of Europes' best clubs, including Monaco's curve Ligue rivals Paris Saint-Germain.
A week ago Monaco issued a notice to any semblance of Real and PSG to lay off their starlet.
"Top European football clubs reached Kylian Mbappé and his escort without our authorisation," Monaco said on their site.
The club said they needed to remind these clubs that such activities are in opposition to French and global controls.
Mbappe scored six objectives in 10 Champions League trips and 15 in Ligue 1 as he detonated onto the scene in the second 50% of last season.
On Monday Monaco lost full-back Benjamin Mendy to Manchester City in a world record 52 million (58 million euros, $67 million) bargain for a safeguard