It is a bomb that has just released the Spanish press in the file Kylian Mbappé. The PSG striker would already have an agreement with the real Madrid for a transfer this summer.
Kylian Mbappé ready to leave PSG this summer?
Still on vacation, Kylian Mbappé continues to be talked about. Under contract until June 2022, the French international has still not renewed his commitment to Paris Saint-Germain. An ideal situation for the Spanish press, which is already announcing it to Real Madrid by August 31. PSG cannot afford the slightest mistake by letting him go for free next summer. Looking for a new gondola head to relaunch his project after the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo in 2018, the Madrid club are ready to offer Paris Saint-Germain a big check to recover the former AS Monaco center-forward. Moreover, Atlético de Madrid would be aware of an agreement between the 22-year-old player and the vice-champion of Spain.
Kylian Mbappé will speak with the management of PSG
Recently the newspaper Marca announced that Florentino Perez has informed the Real Madrid board that there will be no recruiting this summer. David Alaba, who arrived for free from Bayern Munich, should therefore be Carlo Ancelotti’s only reinforcement next season. But OK Diario ensures that internally the situation is quite different. Indeed, the Spanish media reveals that Atlético de Madrid wants to recover Mariano Diaz because Kylian Mbappé will land at Real this summer.
According to information collected by the Colchoneros, Florentino Pérez already has a contractual agreement with the 2018 world champion and is no longer waiting for his counterpart Nasser Al-Khelaïfi to agree to go to negotiations to complete the transfer. A trend confirmed by the show El Chiringuito. Quoting a relative of Karim Benzema, the Madrid media assures that “Karim Benzema is really convinced that Mbappé will play for Real Madrid next season. “ For its part, the daily AS confides that Kylian Mbappé, whose return from vacation is expected in the coming days, will meet with his management within 48 hours of his return to take stock of his situation.