After Real Madrid ends interest in a move, Liverpool finds out what Kylian Mbappe demands.

Real Madrid has been strongly linked to signing Kylian Mbappe, but they have apparently given up on the attacker because of the high cost of doing so.

As Kylian Mbappe’s current contract with Paris Saint-Germain expires in the summer of 2020, the attacker will become free to sign with another team.


Any attempt to get Mbappe, though, will not come cheaply because of his enormous signing fee and bumper weekly income. The 24-year-old has been strongly connected to Real Madrid, and it was anticipated that he would play at the Bernabeu the following season.


The forward’s wage demands are reportedly too expensive for the La Liga giants to continue pursuing, though. Liverpool has been interested in signing Mbappe since 2017, according to a report earlier this month from the French publication L’Equipe.


Furthermore, according to rumors from Spain, the Reds are currently in the “best position” to finalize a deal for him. Mbappe is reportedly seeking a yearly salary of €35 million (£30.5 million) after taxes and a signing bonus of over €100 million (£87 million), according to AS and Sport Witness.


As his agent, Mbappe’s mother Fayza Lamari is a die-hard Liverpool supporter, and the player has already disclosed that he had discussions about relocating to Anfield before to joining PSG. “We had a brief but meaningful conversation last year,” he said to the Telegraph.


“We had a brief conversation. Liverpool is my mother’s favorite team, therefore that’s why I spoke with them. You’ll have to ask her why I have no idea! We met them five years ago, and they are a terrific club. They were with me in Monaco. The club is large.”


Additionally, Mbappe is adored by Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, who expressed this to RMC Sport in 2018 before the team’s Champions League matchup with PSG: “I love him, to be honest.” He’s a genuinely good child, just look at him, what a nice youngster and footballer he is.


Oh my goodness, what a player. Everyone has known him since he made an impression on Monaco’s youth teams when he was 16 or 17. I’ve watched footage of him breaking down defensive lines at that age, and that’s exactly what he’s doing today.




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