The saga between Kylian Mbappe and Champions League finalists Real Madrid continues, and Fabrizio Romano has released a statement on Twitter which reveals a lot about the future of Mbappe and how both parties are feeling about the potential deal.
The Frenchman has publicly opened up about the possibilities of his future. Romano’s statement reads: “I can’t say about my future but you’ll know very soon… it’s almost decided.
“This isn’t the right moment but yes, yes… my decision is almost done,” he also added.
According to reliable sources, Los Blancos are feeling very optimistic about the situation, and they are confident that the French superstar will be at the Bernabeu. Being one of the biggest clubs in the world with superior financial power, a move for such a hot prospect could be a record-breaking one.
Real Madrid Are Confident They Will Sign Kylian Mbappe This Summer
One of the Best in the World
Mbappe has constantly proven time and time again that he should be considered one of the most naturally gifted footballers. The combination of outrageous talent and young age makes him one of football’s most-watched players – at just 23, he is set to become a top striker.
The addition of Mbappe to a strike force of Karim Benzema and Vinícius Júnior is one that will yield goals and subsequent success. His arrival in the summer may be Real Madrid looking ahead to when they inevitably must replace Benzema and the goals that come with him.
The young striker fits the bill of Real Madrid and would be a perfect replacement for his fellow countryman. His innate goalscoring ability is something that should not go amiss. He has converted 132 times in 182 games during his tenure in Ligue 1 for both Monaco and Paris Saint-Germain. His European scoring tally is also impressive, as he has scored 33 times in 53 games.
The Frenchman is Looking for a New Challenge
PSG have tirelessly been trying to get Mbappe to stay put, despite the arrival of Lionel Messi. Their failure to win the Champions League may alter his decision about his future. The French club have always offered Mbappe a solid project plan but it’s a question over the quality of coaching/getting rid of players – which is always a difficult task.
Since his arrival in 2017, his time in France has been less than what he had expected, and it may be time for pastures new. With his eagerness to win a Ballon d’Or sooner rather than later, a move to Spain is looking likely and as mentioned, the Spanish giants are more optimistic than ever.