Kylian Mbappe edging to closer to sign for Real Madrid this summer
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The desire of Kylian Mbappe to sign with Real Madrid is arguably the worst-kept secret in football

Since it’s believed he intends to finish out his contract with the Ligue Un champions before moving on to greener pastures, the French World Cup winner has, quite honestly, done nothing wrong.

He has the right to carry out that exact action, despite the fact that Paris Saint-Germain are undoubtedly furious about losing their talisman. But there’s a very good reason why Mbappe has made sure that everything has turned out the way it has and will over the coming few months.

Kylian Mbappé won’t be sold by PSG to Real Madrid this summer for less than at least €160 million. The club estimates that Mbappé will receive that money as a signing-on fee if he joins Real on a free transfer in the summer of 2019′. In his privileged CaughtOffisde Substack, Ben Jacobs wrote. PSG is certain that a covert pre-agreement is in place, which is why they think Mbappé won’t agree to any contract extension discussions. PSG has made an effort to present a new contract with a condition that would still permit him to go in the summer of 2019.

Mbappé maintains that all he wants is to remain in Paris and finish out his contract, as is his legal right. However, Mbappé is not now a part of PSG’s primary “A” squad, which the club views as part of their preparations for the upcoming season. Those close to the France international hope that once the season begins, he will be selected for sporting reasons and tensions may lessen. Although fans may find this type of money to be crass and annoying, players do not set the standard for the financial conditions of any contract or deal.

Mbappe is only following the rules, and as a result, he will profit greatly. Unfortunately, that sums up current football. If a better agreement hadn’t been reached, neither Erling Haaland at Man City nor Lionel Messi would have transferred to the Major League Soccer. Whether fans like it or not, it’s just the way things are now, and the situation at the very top won’t change. Does it make the top players avaricious? It’s possible, but on the other hand, they’re just getting paid what is reasonable for their services.

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