Kylian Mbappe reach verbal agreement to sign his Real Madrid contract next week

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The Mbappe saga is about to come to a close. If everything goes according to plan for both parties, the official agreement tying the French footballer to Real Madrid will be signed sometime next week.

It will be the final straw in a transfer process that has become the club’s top priority and target under the leadership of Florentino Perez. After a valiant but futile attempt last summer, when Real Madrid made numerous formidable offers for PSG’s No. 7, which chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi completely ignored. The arrival of Kylian Mbappe will finally happen.

Negotiations between the two parties have intensified in recent days, and everything points to next Friday as the day when this saga will finally be put to rest.

Another factor will be the announcement and officialization of the transfer, which is unlikely to happen until the current season is over. Mbappe’s current club, Paris Saint-Germain, is still fighting for the French Ligue 1 title this season. Real Madrid has always maintained a respectful demeanor when it comes to formalities and timing.

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They’ve had the option to freely negotiate the transfer since January 1st, when he becomes a free agent on June 30.

The Champions League match-up between the two clubs was also crucial in the timing, with Mbappe requesting that no moves be made until after these two games. His plan was to keep the situation from becoming even more complicated than it already was as a result of his transfer.

Kylian (12-20-1998) was under intense pressure to sign a new contract with PSG, but he is determined to realize his childhood dream of wearing the white jersey. Real Madrid will make a new statement on the international football scene at the same time. ‘Los Blancos’ put all other transfer negotiations on hold in order to concentrate solely on this one.

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Mbappe will be paid between €60 and €80 million in transfer fees, with wages of around €25 million per season after taxes.

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