Monaco are set to field a number of big offers for players such as Djibril Sidibe, Tiemoue Bakayoko and Bernardo Silva, but look set to keep Mbappe unless something drastic happens in the next few months.
According to Telegraph Sport, Monaco Vice President and Chief Executive, Vadim Vasilyev, steadfastly refused to discuss details of any bids for Mbappe, insisting that such negotiations were confidential.
The 18-year-old French striker, whose goals have helped Monaco to an unlikely Ligue Un win, is impressively mature about his career despite claims that his transfer could break the transfer world record.
"Look, he is still young enough to develop there and I am sure we will see him in the Premier League sooner rather than later".More news: HTC Vive reveals standalone VR headset
"In business, if you go against the market and against the trends, you will always lose". Given there is plenty to sort out even if he has decided he wants to leave, I think we can hold onto our nuts (if you want, and if you have them) until something more concrete occurs.
I don't know (if Mabppe is worth 100 million euros), it is the market that decides, and it depends on who is willing to invest in him.
Falcao scored a team-high 21 league goals for Monaco this season as he rediscovered the form that he lost during two loan spells with Manchester United and Chelsea. I am at an age where I need to play, and that will be paramount.
Vasilyev added: "We'll talk in the coming days and will offer him an extension". "You don't keep a player who wants to leave".
"He will be bought, but rumour has it he will be staying in Monaco for one more season".