Paris Saint-Germain have reportedly asked Real Madrid to include either Rodrygo or Eduardo Camavinga in the deal for Kylian Mbappe if they are unwilling to match their €250 million asking price for the forward.
As per a report in El Nacional, PSG are demanding one of Rodrygo or Camavinga in return from Real Madrid this summer if Mbappe moves to Los Blancos, in addition to financial compensation.
PSG manager Luis Enrique is keen on working with the aforementioned players and has asked the Parisians to go ahead with the deal.
Enrique reportedly believes that he can challenge at the top with PSG even if Mbappe leaves the French Ligue 1 champions.
But Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti is not interested in the proposed deal and has urged the La Liga giants not to let either of the two leave the club.
Real Madrid are reportedly willing to wait to sign Mbappe on a free transfer when his contract with PSG expires next year.