In a recent interview with Canal+ (via Marca), renowned football agent Bruno Satin has revealed that Real Madrid have an agreement with Kylian Mbappe and his family but are yet to convince Paris Saint-Germain to part ways with their prized asset. Satin said, “My feeling is that he’s ready to do it.
“I also have information which says that Mbappeand his family have an agreement with Real Madrid.
“At first, there will be an agreement on the player’s part, but there’s also a need for Paris Saint-Germain to agree.
“Obviously, the Qatari owners and PSG haven’t decided to move Mbappe on and he could, therefore, finish his contract and leave for nothing”.
Mbappe’s Brilliant Goal-Scoring Season At The French Capital
Mbappe is having another majestic campaign in Paris as he has caught the eye by producing a series of outstanding performances as a key member of the PSG attack. The 22-year-old has banged in 41 goals and grabbed 11 assists in 46 appearances for the French giants this term on all fronts.
The Paris-born talent deserves a lot of praise for averaging 3.4 shots, 1.1 key passes and 2.9 dribbles per 90 minutes in the Ligue 1 this season. Mbappe has also done well to be accurate with his ball distribution after completing 81% of his attempted passes in top-flight football (stats via whoscored).
What Will The French Sensation Bring To The Santiago Bernabeu Stadium?
Mbappe boasts a blistering pace and can make some promising runs with the ball down the right-wing. He loves to take on his marker and can beat them off the dribble in the opposition half. What makes him such a feared attacker in world football is his remarkable consistency to score and create goals regularly in front of the opponent’s goal. Mbappe is a highly versatile player as he can operate in any position across the frontline. He is primarily a right-sided wide player but can also do a good job down the left flank or play as a centre-forward up top if required.
The 42-time France international is already amongst Europe’s most productive goal-scorers and will be a dream signing for Los Blancos. He will be a great long-term successor to Karim Benzema at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium and could help the Madrid giants challenge for some major trophies in the coming seasons.
At 22, Mbappe has the potential to become the best player of his generation, so we can expect him to bring plenty of quality in the form of pace, goals and creativity to the Spanish capital. With all things considered, Los Blancos president Florentino Pérez would be wise to lure him to Spanish football when the transfer window commences later this year.