According to press reports, Real Madrid has decided tonight, “Monday”, to withdraw from the contract with French striker Kylian Mbappe, Paris Saint-Germain, during the current summer Mercato.
Real Madrid made two bids for Mbappe, the first being 160 million euros and the second 170 million euros, in addition to variables worth 10 million euros.
According to the British “Sky Sports” network and the French radio “Monte Carlo”, Real Madrid decided to withdraw from the Mbappe deal this summer, after it went over five o’clock in the evening.
And that was the date the royal team had set for the expiration of its second bid for Mbappe.
And the British network said Real Madrid will likely wait until January to renegotiate with Mbappe, but that the player will join on a free deal next summer.
She added that Real Madrid are confident that Mbappe will agree to sign “Merenghi” early next January.
Mbappe’s 22-year contract with Saint-Germain expires at the end of the current season in the summer of 2022 and if he doesn’t move to Real for a sum of money this season, he will move to him for free at the end. of his contract.
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