Done Deal: Kylian Mbappe arrives at Liverpool after £300m bid accepted !today!

According to Marca, Liverpool has sensationally planned a €300 million deal for PSG superstar Kylian Mbappe.


According to the somewhat ridiculous story from Wednesday, the Reds are willing to spend €250 million plus an additional €50 million to sign the France attacker.

This would surpass Neymar’s current record and make Mbappe the most expensive player in football history.


Famously, Neymar left Barcelona for PSG and paid a record-breaking €222 million. Mbappe was also acquired by PSG from Monaco during the same summer for a sum that would top €180 million.


Mbappe is currently the second-most expensive player of all time as a result, but if Marca are to be believed, he may soon surpass them.


Mbappe has previously been connected to Liverpool, where Jurgen Klopp is rumored to be a major fan of the 24-year-old.

Additionally, the attacker has previously given the Reds and Klopp public plaudits.


Favorites to sign Mbappe are Real Madrid

Although it is widely believed that Mbappe will join Real Madrid when he leaves Paris Saint-Germain, which could happen this summer, a move to Liverpool would be a huge surprise.


Mbappe informed PSG earlier this month that he had no plans to exercise the option to extend his current contract by another year, which has a 2024 expiration date.

Mbappe informed PSG in writing, which instantly fuelled rumors that the attacker will join Real Madrid this summer as long-anticipated.


Mbappe has emphasized that he would stay with PSG through the rest of his contract year and will not leave in 2023.


Unless Mbappe exercises the option to prolong, PSG intends to sell him this summer, according to the French media. They are doing this to keep him from leaving on a free transfer the next year.


Madrid previously paid more than €100 million to acquire Jude Bellingham from Borussia Dortmund, but they also have the money this summer to pay for Mbappe’s move.


Mbappe was destined to sign with Real Madrid last summer, but he had a dramatic change of heart when he agreed to a two-year deal with PSG, which will expire at the end of May 2022.

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