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We are pleased to announce that Kylian Mbappe has finally signed a contract with his new club, which includes a signing on fee of £85.5 million

Kylian Mbappe has reportedly confirmed his departure from Paris Saint-Germain and signed a mega-money five-year contract with Real Madrid.

The Frenchman was anticipated to be leaving the Parc des Princes as his contract expires at the end of the current campaign. It was already reported that he informed the club’s management of his impending departure.

For a considerable amount of time, Real Madrid, Arsenal, and Liverpool have all been mentioned as potential suitors for him. It seems as though Mbappe is getting closer to moving to the Santiago Bernabeu.

Marca, a Spanish publication, claims that Mbappe has already signed a deal with Real Madrid. His contract expires in the summer of 2029. It appears that they’re prepared to give him the highest salary of any player.

While still breathtaking, his deal, which is reportedly valued between £12 million and £17 million, is less than the enormous £22 million he makes each year in the French capital. He will still, however, be paid a whopping £85.5 million signing-on fee.

Although there have been rumours of a transfer to Real Madrid, PSG manager Luis Enrique has not commented on his star player’s future. When asked if there was any news, he responded, “No. I have nothing to say.”

“I’m going to try to wrap up this discussion. “I have nothing more to say,” Enrique said. “Kylian Mbappe hasn’t made any public statements yet, nor have the parties involved. After each side has had a chance to speak, I will weigh in.

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With his signature, Mbappe officially puts a stop to rumours that he may join the Premier League. Ibrahima Konate, a star for Liverpool and France, was recently questioned about his team’s interest, but he dismissed rumours of a move to Anfield.

“Do you really think he’s going to come here?” he asked. I believe that everyone knows where he is heading. Not just him, though, was speculating about Mbappe’s future.

When questioned about a possible transfer, Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta made a suggestion that the striker was headed to Spain. “We always have to be in that conversation when there is a player of that calibre,” he stated. However, it appears differently, in my opinion.”

Mbappe continues to lead PSG in impressive fashion despite the ongoing speculation over his future. Despite starting the game on the bench against Nantes, he was brought on to score from the penalty spot to seal a 2-0 victory. The 2018 World Cup winner has now scored 32 goals this season in just 31 games across all competitions.

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