Kylian Mbappé to Sign for Real Madrid, Demands 70 Million Annually


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Kylian Mbappé, the PSG footballer, and his mother, Fayza Lamari, have reportedly decided to leave Paris and sign with Real Madrid until 2029, according to ‘Bild’. The potential figures for Mbappé’s contract with Real Madrid include a demand of 70 million euros per year for five seasons and a transfer bonus of 125 million euros. However, Real Madrid is only willing to offer an annual fee of 35 million euros gross, half of what Mbappé could ask for. They would also ask for “written guarantees” from Mbappé if he accepts their offer.

The leaders of Real Madrid have expressed their desire for Mbappé to make a quick decision. Mbappé is currently considering the economic conditions proposed by Real Madrid, but the Spanish team does not plan to give in. If Mbappé accepts the offer, Real Madrid would ask for “written guarantees” to avoid a repeat of the 2022 episode, in which he rejected Madrid and renewed with PSG.

Meanwhile, PSG is not ruling out offering Mbappé a mega contract of 100 million euros per year to retain him in Paris. In a recent interview with GQ magazine, Mbappé acknowledged that “we are entering a new era of football” and that “at some point I will have to leave.”

Luis Enrique also joked in French about Mbappé’s future, saying “C’est la vie” (such is life). It seems that Mbappé is considering his options and weighing the potential offers from both PSG and Real Madrid. It remains to be seen where he will ultimately decide to continue his football career.

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