Real Madrid would not require a sale to recruit Kylian Mbappé, according to Javier Tebas

According to, La Liga president Javier Tebas made a daring allegation to L’Equipe about Real Madrid’s alleged purchase of Kylian Mbappe. The league official stated that if the Spanish team signed the Frenchman, no players would have to be sold.

A Cadena Ser journalist recently reported that Los Blancos would need to sell for €80 million. Rodrygo is one player who may command that amount despite not having the minutes guaranteed as a starter.

Nonetheless, Tebas assured the French media source that Real Madrid is OK financially and would not require a sale to sign Mbappé; despite the numbers that Los Blancos would have to pay, it will not pose a concern to their present team.

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“Real is a club economically in an optimal situation,” Tebas told reporters. “Their plan isn’t short-term. They do not have to sell anyone to pay Mbappé. Really, not at all.

RMC Sport further stated that there is presently no comprehensive agreement between the 2018 FIFA World Cup champion and the Merengue team. However, everything points to Mbappé becoming the Spanish club’s newest player this summer.

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