Florentino Perez is using his brilliant business-mindedness to execute a deal for his dream target- Kylian Mbappe– currently eyed by Real Madrid.
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has conceded to the fact that him and Zinedine Zidane are dreaming about signing Kylian Mbappe during the summer this year. The Whites’ president has maintained really good relations with Paris Saint-Germain and hence, it would not be too difficult for him to sign the France international.
Paris Saint-Germain have an association with Kylian Mbappe until the summer of 2022, which means that they risk losing him for a much cheaper fee in 2021 than they could demand in 2020 should he not sign a contract extension. Plus, Mbappe himself has dreamt of playing for Real Madrid and would want to fulfil his dreams at a young age.
Kylian Mbappe is valued ahead of Paris Saint-Germain teammate Neymar at 300 million euros and his possible signing by Real Madrid could see them break the 222 million euros’ record held by the Brazil international when he joined from Barcelona two and a half years ago. 300 million euros is a fee in the reach of Real Madrid, especially for Mbappe.
Daily Mail has reported that Paris Saint-Germain will look to play hardball and convince Kylian Mbappe to stay at the Parc de Princes by offering him a bumper deal, but Florentino Perez is bringing his shrewd business mind into play once again by plotting an incredibly smart deal that would more or less assure Mbappe’s arrival in Spain.
Los Blancos will make an attempt to sign Kylian Mbappe’s younger brother Ethan Mbappe from Paris Saint-Germain’s youth team. Ethan is only 13 years old but was impressive in the International Champions Cup Futures tournament last month and will only succeed at Real Madrid. Additionally, Kylian may move to Spain in order to be with his brother.
Mbappe moving to Real Madrid is looking like an increasingly likely prospect, but the Whites should make their move before Barcelona attempt to land Neymar because the Catalans and the player will show some indiscipline and informal behaviour in order to force a deal, which is something that neither Madrid nor Mbappe would do.
Do you see Real Madrid’s gamble paying off in the summer for Kylian Mbappe’s signing?