Paris Saint-Germain will pay Kylian Mbappe a loyalty bonus if he is still at the club by August 1, Goal reports.
The 24-year-old remains contracted to the Ligue 1 champions until June 2024.
However, Mbappe has made it clear he will not sign an extension beyond that date.
The France striker is now being heavily linked with a move away from PSG.
Saudi Arabian side Al-Hilal are believed to have submitted a world-record €300million bid on the table.
But Mbappe is keen on continuing at PSG, where he is due to be paid a loyalty bonus of €60m.
That clause in his current contract will be triggered on August 1, with the fee in question set to be paid in instalments.