Real Madrid have long wanted to sign Paris Saint-Germain striker Kylian Mbappe despite his refusal to move to the white side in past summer transfers.
And press reports began linking Kylian to a move to Madrid again after Paris Saint-Germain were knocked out of the Champions League in the round of 16 by Bayern Munich.
Kylian Mbappe spoke about his future after the Paris match against Bayern and confirmed that he will now focus on winning the French league this season, saying: “We’ll see what happens next.”
At the end of last season, Paris Saint-Germain announced a three-season contract extension with Frenchman Kylian Mbappé until the summer of 2025.
After that, the French striker expressed a desire to leave the Parisian giants in January last year and before the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Real Madrid are one step away from signing Mbappe
According to the Spanish newspaper AS, Real are still interested in a contract with Kylian, but the club’s management wants to sign him for free.
The newspaper said Real Madrid will wait until the summer of 2024 and arrive a year before the end of his contract to include Mbappe as a free player, as there is a clause in the player’s contract allowing him to leave on a free transfer. a year before the end of his contract.
Real and Paris tensions
The reason for Real Madrid’s reluctance not to negotiate with Paris Saint-Germain lies in strained relations between the management of the two teams since the last talks last year, when Real made an offer to include the French striker.