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Real, Pérez responds to Al-Khelaïfi for Mbappé!

In a long interview with the newspaper The team, Nasser Al-Khelaïfi sealed the future of Kylian Mbappé at PSG. Cited as the big favorite to welcome the 22-year-old striker in the event of his departure this summer, Florentino Pérez, president of Real Madrid, gave a response to his Parisian counterpart.

PSG mercato: Al-Khelaïfi brandishes muscles for Mbappé

One year from the end of his engagement with Paris Saint-Germain, Kylian Mbappé still has not initialed a new lease. The international tricolor has so far rejected all the offers of its management, waiting to see the summer ambitions of its leaders to decide. Suddenly, Real Madrid and Florentino Pérez began to dream of a transfer of the 2018 world champion. But on the side of the French capital, Nasser Al-Khelaïfi does not intend to give such a gift to Florentino Pérez. Moreover, the first person in charge of the PSG did not take gloves to make it understood at the Madrid club.

“I’ll be clear: Kylian is going to stay in Paris, we are never going to sell him and he will never leave free”, said the Qatari businessman concerning the future of his tricolor jewel. An outing that does not seem to have cooled the ardor of the Merengues for the compatriot of Karim Benzema and Raphaël Varane.

Real Madrid do not lose hope for Mbappé

According to the Spanish press, the latest release of Nasser Al-Khelaïfi on the future of Kylian Mbappé did not shake Real Madrid at all. Aware that with his contractual situation the former center-forward of AS Monaco has all the cards in hand, Florentino Pérez and his family told ABC media that they are still “Serene” as to the outcome of this case. Recently, another Madrid media outlet revealed that the La Liga runner-up would even be ready to put 200 million euros on the negotiating table to buy Mbappé’s last year of contract. After selling several players this summer, of course. The Mbappé soap opera is still far from over.

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