PSG: Real a message for Mbappé

THE 11/13/2023 11:15 p.m.

PSG: Real a message for Mbappé

Real has not given up on Kylian Mbappé.

While the Spanish press announces the abandonment of Real Madrid, Kylian Mbappé remains the priority target of the White House. The Madrid club therefore goes through a constant change of strategy to draw attention to the situation of Paris Saint-Germain.

No, Real Madrid are not on the page. Contrary to what Cadena SER announced last week, the La Liga resident still hopes to welcome Kylian Mbappé (24 years old) free next summer.

The White House is constantly changing strategy, according to RMC, which describes a more passive Spanish leadership of beauty on the file.

Mbappé will have to take the first step

After the May 2022 meeting, the attack will be finalized at Paris Saint-Germain, president Florentino Pérez will be back and there will be a risk of relaunch in this scenario. The next question is in French, so you are invited to the first step. “If Mbappé wants to come, let him take the job» , confided a Real source to the radio.

The Haaland rumor

A strengthened position for the debate in Madrid, where more and more conductors would have a preference for the Norwegian Erling Haaland (23), whose agent Rafaela Pimenta was presented at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium during the victories against Braga (3- 0) last Wednesday in the Champions League. Let us also remember that the center forward’s lease at Manchester City contains a clause favorable to the Merengue next summer.

These rumors around Cyborg suit Real well after the publication of its press release on November 4, to ensure “that no negotiations took place with a player belonging to PSG» . In addition to the warning issued to Mbappé, it is also a way of reassuring Paris, announced ready to take legal action against a courtier accused of having flirted surreptitiously with his attacker.

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by Eric BethsyTHE 11/13/2023 11:15 p.m.

Author: Jacqueline MANNESSIER