“Kylian Mbappe signs five-year Real Madrid contract.”

The rumour from sportsmole.co claims Kylian Mbappe has signed a five-year deal with Real Madrid before coming in the summer. Last week, it was reported that the France international will leave Paris Saint-Germain at the conclusion of the season.

Even if PSG wanted to keep the 2018 World Cup champion, Real wanted to avoid another lengthy issue like two years ago.

No party has made any public pronouncements, maybe until May or June when their campaigns are over. However, Marca reports that Mbappe has signed with the La Liga leaders.

Real reportedly signed the 25-year-old two weeks ago to secure his move to the Bernabeu.

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Recent reports imply that Real have not offered Mbappe the same financial incentives he rejected two years ago before staying at Parc des Princes. He is expected to become the club’s top earner and get an £85.5m signing-on fee.

The player’s entourage may have deterred PSG from making any more offers to keep Mbappe. Mbappe was benched for the Ligue 1 match against Nantes in his first appearance since reports of his leaving.

He was substituted as a 62nd-minute replacement and scored a crucial second penalty to enhance PSG’s lead in Ligue 1.

Mbappe has 32 goals in all competitions in 2023-24, focusing on winning the Champions League before leaving. Mbappe scored again last week as PSG defeated Real Sociedad 2-0 in the first leg of their last-16 encounter.

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