City were linked with much of Monaco's team leading into the Champions League tie and Fabinho, the versatile midfielder/right-back, is another who could be targeted after his father admitted that he and his son have a "soft spot" for Manchester City.
Real Madrid, Manchester City and Manchester United are among the clubs tracking Mbappe, with reports in the Spanish media suggesting Madrid could offer in the region of €100 million for him.
"Yes, he has a clause and it's quite big".
The France worldwide has scored 22 goals for the Ligue 1 side this season, including five in the Champions League to help his side to go through the semi-finals of the European completion after eliminating Manchester City and Borussia Dortmund in previous rounds.
CHELSEA have joined the race for Kylian Mbappe after sending scouts to watch the hotshot on Wednesday.
France worldwide Mbappe has enjoyed a breakout season, scoring 22 goals - including five in four Champions League knockout games - and has reportedly attracted interest from a number of top sides.More news: That 'Armada' Heading To North Korea? Actually, It Sailed South
But sure enough, Mbappe forced his way into the team, with substitute appearances here and there before he hit a hat-trick in the cup in December.
"He has a contract with Monaco and he is going to be here for another year", Giuly told reporters on Friday, after the Champions League semi-final draw.
Mbappe is aware that for his development he would require regular minutes next season too and Monaco are well placed to provide him exactly that as they have their plans ready for him.
"I hope that Mbappe continues with us for a long time and gives us many great nights of football", Cordon said.
And, when asked whether the 18-year-old has the quality to play for Real, former Villarreal sporting director Cordon said: "Only time will tell".
"I hope he'll stay because we have to keep our best players, but we all know the market and how things happen". In the dressing room, we saw Mbappe was very sad, on the verge of tears.