- Kylian Mbappe remains on the radar of several big European clubs
- The 21-year-old PSG striker is reportedly not prepared to renew his contract at the French club
- Mbappe is said to be interested in a mega move to Spanish outfit Real Madrid
Kylian Mbappe is reportedly not prepared to renew his contract with French champions Paris Saint Germain as he is said to be preparing for a move to joining Spanish giants Real Madrid.
There are speculations that the striker could leave the Ligue 1 giants next summer and his destination is likely the Santiago Bernabeu - amid interests from other European clubs including Juventus and Liverpool.
Spanish outlet AS are claiming that the youngster is already eyeing a move to joining Zinedine Zidane’s side but it is also believed that La Liga rivals Barcelona are also interested.
The player has severally shown his interest in playing for Real Madrid and the club has earlier made two attempts to sign the Frenchman.
It was gathered that the player first showed interest in the Spanish outfit at the young age of 14 when he had trials at the Bernabeu and Valdebebas.
That was where he met his ‘idol’ Cristiano Ronaldo for the first time, before making another attempt in 2017, but ended up joining PSG from Monaco.
Mbappe’s current contract with PSG will run until the summer of 2022, however, if the situation continues about his deal, he could leave the Paris based club next summer.
And PSG will prefer to sell him in order not to risk losing the player on a free transfer in 2022.
He could leave for 200 million euros, but clubs including Juventus, Barcelona and Real Madrid will need to face-off in their pursuit of the star.
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Reports also say Liverpool boss Jürgen Klopp has never hidden his desire to one day coach the French forward and he gets on well with Mbappe.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Zinedine Zidane reportedly spent over an hour before appearing for the post-match conference following Real Madrid’s 2-3 home loss to Shakhtar Donetsk.
The 13-time champions trailed by three goals at half time before Luka Modric and Vinicius Junior responded early in the second half, but the visitors managed to wreak havoc as they ran away with all three points after it ended 2-3.
Zidane who paraded a depleted side with Karim Benzema on the bench and then crucial player Eden Hazard ruled out of the game through injury, said his team will bounce back for the El Clasico.
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