Kylian Mbappe linked with Real Madrid move
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Paris Saint-Germain have seemingly given into pressure from Kylian Mbappe with reports in Spain now stating an agreement is in place with Real Madrid.
Georginio Wijnaldum, Sergio Ramos and Gianluigi Donnarumma all joined for nothing, while Achraf Hakimi and Danili Pereira arrived for fees.
The biggest addition though was that of Lionel Messi with PSG pulling off the transfer coup of the decade.
Adding Messi to an already frightening attacking line up consisting of Mbappe and Neymar would have sent defensive units all over Europe crazy.
But it now looks as though Mbappe has no plans to play alongside Messi in Paris.
The Argentine superstar is set to make his debut for PSG on Sunday against Reims, but Mbappe may no longer be a part of their squad.
Real have been moving forward with their interest in signing MBappe this week after seeing a bid worth £137million initially rejected.
Now Marca report that Real have returned with a vastly improved bid worth up to £154.5m.
And it is claimed that their latest offer will be ‘accepted’ by PSG if it becomes clear Mbappe still wants to leave.
The France international has just one year left on his contract and has already rejected the offer of extending his current deal.
The Spanish report even adds that an announcement of Mbappe leaving PSG could come on Friday.
It appears as though Real want a deal finalised before Mbappe joins up with the French national side next week.
Nasser Al-Khelaifi spoke about Mbappe’s future after the draw for the Champions League group stages.
“The club’s stance is clear, nothing has changed,” he said.
“Everything is still the same, we will not change [our stance] or repeat it.”
He added: “Leonardo was very clear in speaking about the situation and what we thought.
“We are still thinking the same and that won’t change.”
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