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Due To Lionel Messis Impending Arrival At Psg Real Madrid Sees An Opportunity To Sign Kylian Mbappe

Due to Lionel Messi’s impending arrival in France, Real Madrid is reportedly getting closer to completing a deal for Paris Saint-Germain sensation Kylian Mbappe.
Following Messi’s surprising exit from Barcelona last week, PSG are said to be close to securing his free transfer on a two-year deal worth roughly PS70 million.
Messi will reunite with old Barcelona teammate Neymar at PSG, while Mbappe’s future remains uncertain, with just one year left on his contract in Paris.
According to rumors, Real Madrid is moving closer to signing PSG winger Kylian Mbappe. According to AS, Real see an chance to lure Mbappe to the Santiago Bernabeu because PSG cannot afford to form a team with Neymar, Messi, and the Frenchman in their attack due to Financial Fair Play (FFP).
The Spanish side has yet to make an bid for Mbappe, according to the source, but president Florentino Perez is expected to modify his posture from trying not to offend or provoke PSG to making an approach.
The French side, who have already bought defender Achraf Hakimi for PS60 million, as well as Sergio Ramos and Gianluigi Donnarumma on free transfers, are expected to have to sell roughly PS150 million worth of players this summer in order to comply with UEFA’s FFP guidelines.
Lionel Messi’s (left) impending arrival at PSG might lead to Mbappe’s exit this summer, according to reports in Spain. Real Madrid, meantime, are thought to have roughly PS100 million to invest in this transfer window, and could sell players like Martin Odegaard and Luka Jovic to raise more finances.
PSG have remained optimistic that they will be able to keep Mbappe beyond his current contract expiration date in June 2022, but the arrival of Messi could change their minds.
Mbappe stated before the start of France’s Euro 2020 campaign that he was indecisive about his future after missing a penalty in the last-16 shootout loss to Switzerland, which resulted in Les Bleus’ elimination from the competition.
‘I don’t necessarily need to go fast,’ the 22-year-old remarked when questioned about his club future in early June.
I need to make the best decision I can, which is challenging, and I need to give myself every opportunity to do so.
‘I am in a place where I like myself, where I feel good,’ Mbappe said earlier this year.
Is this, however, the greatest location for me?
I haven’t figured out the answer yet.
‘I understand that a project with or without me will have a different impact on the club.’
PSG, on the other hand, is aware of my feelings.
‘Probably because they know I won’t sneak.’ Meanwhile, new PSG defender Ramos – who joined on a free transfer from Real Madrid earlier this summer – claimed that he wants Mbappe to stay in Paris, but that he needs to join Real one day.
PSG has been optimistic that Mbappe’s contract will be extended until the summer of 2022, according to Ramos, who told AS earlier this month: ‘Madrid is one of the top clubs in the world.’
From a historical standpoint, the best
Great players, in my opinion, must pass through there.
But now I want him (Mbappe) to be a part of my squad.
I want to win, and I want the greatest people on my team to help me.
‘On a personal level, I could never give advice.’
I could provide him some advice based on my own experiences, but I would do so in secret.
‘As a PSG player, I’d like to see him stay.’
Mbappe is one of the best players I’ve ever played with.’

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