Real Madrid’s CF has finally taken concrete steps to pursue Paris Saint-Germain forward Killian Mbabane. With less than a week left in the summer transfer window, Los Blancos has reportedly placed an offer on the table for its long-term transfer goal.
PSG has been very active in the market this summer, while Real Madrid has done just the opposite. The club’s president, Florentino Perez, has been very conservative for the past year and a half, with plans to raise enough funds to make the right offer for Embape.
According to BrandThe time has come and Real Madrid have now offered 160 million euros for the Frenchman. PSG proved its position that the player was not for sale, but its reluctance to sign an extension would have forced the League One organization to take a U-turn.
The fact is that if Mbappe refuses to link his future with PSG, he will be able to go on a free transfer next summer. This means that PSG will lose a hefty transfer fee.
The World Cup winner has made it clear that he is not interested in extending his PSG contract, and that moving to the Spanish capital seems inevitable. Now that an offer has been made, it remains to be seen how PSG President Nasir al-Khalifa will respond.
Real Madrid fans have been waiting for Mbabane for a long time, and the loss of captain Sergio Ramos earlier this summer has made them even more eager for a brand new Galactico. Coincidentally, Ramos went the other way, and is now a PSG player. Former FC Barcelona captain Lionel Messi also turned to the Parc des Princes after Catalan fans failed to find a way to re-sign due to their financial crisis.
Real Madrid midfielder Tony Cruz has hinted that PSG’s acquisition of Messi could pave the way for Mbabane to move to Madrid, but nothing has been confirmed yet. However, the wait will not be long, the summer transfer window will be closed until August 31. In less than a week, the fate of MBAP will be sealed. He could soon wear Madrid’s white robe, but there is still reason to believe that PSG could be ready to hold him for another season, even if it means the risk of a free transfer next June.
Not much or nothing can happen in the next few days, but football fans around the world are hoping for another explosive transition after the summer is already over.