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Real Madrid Ready To Pay £200m For PSG Star Kylian Mbappe!

Real Madrid are ready to submit a bid of €200m this summer in their plan to sign forward Kylian Mbappe from Paris Saint-Germain, MySportDab reports.

According to Spanish Newspaper AS, Real’s ‘Operation Mbappe’ Project is ready for this summer.

The France striker’s contract at PSG expires in 2022 so this summer is the right and best way for PSG to sell the player if he refuses to sign a new contract.

MySportDab understands Real Madrid are confident they can sign Mbappe for a fee around £135m and £200m.

Paris Saint-Germain are desperate to recoup the fee they paid Barcelona to sign Neymar 2017.

Real Madrid can afford to pay Mbappe’s annual wage at €21m (£19m).

PSG do not want to lose Mbappe, this summer or next but if the 22-year-old does not sign a new contract in France then they would have no other option.

The French Champions must avoid losing him for a cut-price fee in his contract final year.

AS claim that Real are confident Mbappe wants to play for the Spanish club.

MySportDab understands that Real Madrid’s club president, Florentino Perez, has close contact with PSG’s Qatari owners and has worked to have a close relationship with them.

The Spanish giants are hoping their good relationship can help plans to sign Mbappe this summer at the end of the season.

Some football have been as heavily affected financially like Real over the last year due to the global pandemic.

So, Real Madrid need to sell players to raise funds for Mbappe’s transfer.

Gareth Bale’s future is clearly outside the Bernabeu but it remains unknown if Tottenham will buy him after his loan.

Isco is being with a move to Arsenal and has a little role under Zinedine Zidane this season.

Dani Ceballos is on his 2nd season-long loan at Arsenal at present, while striker Luka Jovic, Brahim Diaz and Marcelo could be sold this summer.

Real are planning for the return of fans to Stadiums in the 2021-22 season which will raise their revenue.

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