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French international and PSG star KYLIAN Mbappe has officially agreed to sign a Five years Contract with Manchester United

In light of Arsenal’s verified interest in the World Cup winner, Sir Dave Brailsford, the head of Manchester United, was questioned about Kylian Mbappe’s possible transfer to Old Trafford. There has been a protracted transfer issue surrounding the Paris Saint-Germain forward’s future.

The 25-year-old Mbappe reportedly told PSG on Thursday that he intended to quit the team at the end of the current campaign. The captain of France, who was briefly absent from PSG’s squad due to his refusal to initiate an extension in the summer, is now in the final few months of his contract. Mbappe has scored 31 goals in 30 games since rejoining the squad.

Real Madrid has been predicted to be Mbappe’s next stop, but other English teams who have been linked to a bid for the striker include Arsenal and Liverpool. But United has essentially eliminated themselves from the competition to sign Mbappe.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s acquisition of a 25% share in Man United, which will enable the Ineos company to manage football operations, was recently approved by the Premier League. When two supporters questioned Sir Dave Brailsford, the director of sport at INEOS, about United’s ambitions of acquiring Mbappe, he responded succinctly.

Raising an eyebrow at the question, Brailsford responded, “I think he’s got his heart set on going to Real Madrid.” On the same day when Mikel Arteta refused to rule out Arsenal’s chances of signing Mbappe, he responded.

“Why not?,” Arteta responded when asked if Arsenal ought to be involved in negotiations to sign Mbappe. “There is no doubt that we will require the top players and talent if we are to be the best team.

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