Kylian Mbappe saga continues, leaving fans frustrated


Kylian Mbappe, a longtime target for Real Madrid, will sign with the Spanish club this summer. This is after reportedly reaching an agreement on a transfer fee of €250 million with PSG.

According to rumours that surfaced last week, Mbappe informed PSG that he will not exercise the option to extend his contract until 2025, making him a free agent to sign with any team in the summer of 2025.

The French champions, don’t want to lose him for nothing. They are eager to sell him this transfer window. This is despite the fact that Mbappe is convinced he will to play his football in Paris for the 2023–24 season.

The 24-year-old tweeted: “LIES…,” in reaction to Le Parisien’s claim that Mbappe wants to join Real Madrid this summer. At the same time, it moves faster the bigger it is. I’ve previously stated that I’ll stay at PSG, where I’m very delighted, for the upcoming season.

But after announcing his intentions of leaving the club after his contract ends PSG would be keen to sell him.

Kylian Mbappe frustrates Real fans yet again

The 24-year-old is a recurrent target for Real Madrid over the last three summer transfer windows, but to no avail. The world transfer record will break as Real Madrid and PSG will agree to a deal worth €250 million.

The most expensive footballer in history is Neymar, who cost PSG €222 million with his transfer from Barcelona .

The French site reports that representatives from PSG and Real Madrid is meeting on Wednesday to discuss a prospective deal. This is accelerating. Florentino Perez, president of Real Madrid, and Tamim bin Hamad Al Than, owner of PSG and the Emir of Qatar, reaches an understanding through message exchange.

Mbappe will initially cost €200m, despite having just a year remaining on his current deal, with Real Madrid having to pay another €50m in bonus-related payments if Mbappe’s performances yield certain trophies and individual accolade, such as the Ballon d’Or.

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