A man presently representing one of the Blancos’ most recent signings can’t see the PSG striker Mbappe arriving at Santiago Bernabeu this year.
Kylian Mbappe is now really worth around €300 million (£264m/$326m), however a summer swap to Real Madrid is “impossible” amid the coronavirus crisis, in accordance to Ferland Mendy’s agent Yvan Le Mee.
Paris Saint-Germain signed Mbappe on a permanent deal for €180 million (£159m/$195m) back in 2018, following the forward’s successful season-long loan at Parc des Princes from Monaco.
The 21-year-old has built on the promise he showed at Stade Louis II with the aid of organising himself as the talismanic figure in Thomas Tuchel’s starting line-up, outshining the club’s record signing Neymar in the process.
The World Cup winner has hit ninety goals in 138 appearances in total for PSG, consisting of 30 in the 2019-20 season, which has been postponed indefinitely due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Mbappe nevertheless has two years left to run on his current contract with the Ligue 1 champions, however Madrid head coach Zinedine Zidane is reportedly eager on linking up with a fellow Frenchman in the Spanish capital.
Le Mee, the man who brokered Mendy’s move to Santiago Bernabeu from Lyon last July, believes Mbappe will end up completing a cross to Madrid, however not till after the European Championship is completed in 2021.
“Mbappe, in a normal context, without this horrible virus or the economic trouble that is coming, you ought to think that he was going to sign for Madrid this summer, due to the fact it additionally does not appear that he is going to renew his contract, and he has two years left on his contract,” Mee told Marca .
“But with all this, it seems not possible to me that a club now spends what Mbappe costs.
if Neymar is worth €222 million, Kylian is worth €300m, because he is younger and is simply as good, extraordinary.
“He is going to be the first-class striker in the world and I think he is going to want to play for the great club in the world, which is Madrid, and for one of his idols to train him, which is Zidane.
“Also today there is no extraordinary competition in Madrid’s attack.
It is where there is more demand. They have a great striker like [Karim] Benzema, however he is coming near the last years of his career.
“Today there is more opposition in PSG’s attack than in Madrid’s and they would actually find a place for him without a problem.
“This year there will be no big transfers because they are not going to do loopy things and I assume it will come after the Euros.”