Mbappe already signed a five-year contract… Modric’s ‘No. 10’ likely to be his number

Kylian Mbappe’s rumored move to Real Madrid has been confirmed, and now his expected number has been revealed.

“Mbappe has agreed to join Real,” France’s Foot Mercato reported on Monday (June 19). Mbappe will wear the number 10 shirt at Real. Real’s management has not yet made a final decision on this point, but this possibility still exists,” the publication reported.

Spanish outlet Sport also reported that “Real have made an offer to give Mbappe the number 10 worn by Modric. Mbappe’s departure has caught the attention of Real. He could take over Luka Modric’s number at the end of the season, when he finishes his time at Real.

Mbappe has worn the number seven shirt throughout his career at PSG. Real’s number 7 is worn by Vinicius Junior. Therefore, it would be virtually impossible for him to wear the number 7 if he were to join Real. This has led to speculation about what number Mbappe will wear when he joins Real.

The number 10 is the favorite. It’s the number Modric wore for many years at Real. Modric has been unhappy with his diminished role at Real in recent years. It”s been reported that he”ll leave the club at the end of the season. The club has been giving opportunities to several younger players, including Jude Bellingham, so it’s not surprising that they’re parting ways with Modric.

Mbappe’s departure from Real Madrid is looking increasingly likely. “Mbappe and Real signed a contract two weeks ago and, as we can confirm, on July 1, Mbappe will be his new teammate at Real,” said Spanish outlet Marca. Thus, the saga that began in the summer of 2017 will come to an end after seven years. Mbappe has already given Real a firm answer: he doesn’t want any more offers from PSG. Last Tuesday, he informed PSG that he will leave the club on June 30 and asked them not to offer him a new contract,” said a source close to the player.

“The reason for this is that Mbappe has already signed a contract to stay with Real for five seasons. At that point, PSG decided to forgo the very substantial bonus money they were going to pay Mbappe to rejoin the first team and fulfill the promise they had agreed to in the summer.”

Mbappe is one of France’s brightest stars and a world-class player. He began his career at AS Monaco as a youth player and helped the club reach the last four of the UEFA Champions League (UCL) in the 2016-17 season. He was a key contributor to the team’s success. His quick feet and dazzling dribbling skills are his best attributes.

He joined Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) in the 2017-18 season. He scored double-digit goals in every season. At just 20 years old, he also helped France win the 2018 World Cup in Russia. During his time with PSG, he scored 233 goals in 282 games. This season, he continues to be one of the top scorers in Europe’s big leagues with 18 goals in 16 games.

He was also the top scorer at the last World Cup in Qatar. That final set up a showdown between defending champions France and Argentina, a matchup that was highlighted by Messi’s “last dance. Argentina took a two-goal lead through Messi’s penalty, but Mbappe fought back with two goals in stoppage time. However, France missed two goals in the penalty shootout, leaving Mbappe with a bittersweet podium finish.

Mbappe’s transfer speculation to Real has been a steady stream in recent years. Real have long been linked with a move for Mbappe. But PSG didn’t want to let go of Mbappe so easily. The French president even spoke to the media and said he wanted Mbappe to stay in France. In 2022, Mbappe was reportedly set to sign a new contract with PSG.

Last summer, Mbappe was still in conflict with the club. After failing to resolve their differences over the length of his contract, PSG pulled Mbappe out of training and tried to release him. With Lionel Messi leaving for the United States and Neymar heading to Saudi Arabia, Mbappe was also approached by Saudi Arabia’s Al-Hilal, but Mbappe did not respond.

The season started and he was still PSG’s main man. This season, Mbappe has 21 goals and four assists in 20 games, making him the top scorer in Ligue 1. He has also been particularly effective with new signing Lee Kang-in. Lee set up Mbappe for his first league offensive point with an assist against Brest in the 10th round of the Ligue 1 last October.

During the winter transfer window, the possibility of a move to Real resurfaced again, with Marca reporting in January that “Real will make contact with Mbappe next week. If Real receive a positive 토토사이트 response from Mbappe’s side, they will consider finalizing the deal as soon as possible so that he can arrive in the summer when his contract expires.”

A specific transfer fee was also revealed. “They will make the same offer to Mbappe as they did in 2022. The terms are a salary of €26 million and an additional bonus of €130 million,” it added.

French outlet L’Equipe also reported that “Real will actually contact Mbappe and his representatives next week. If they receive a positive response, they will ask Mbappe for written guarantees. They are afraid of a repeat of the situation in 2022, despite the verbal agreement they gave back then.”

“Real have given Mbappe a deadline to decide whether he wants to join them this summer and have made it clear that if he wants to join them, he must give them an answer before mid-January,” said British publication The Athletic.

Reports have also emerged denying the move. European football transfer market expert Fabrizio Romano wrote on social media: “The statement from Mbappe’s camp reads. ‘There is no agreement on Mbappe’s future. No discussions have taken place regarding his future. No stimuli of any kind will influence Mbappe’s discussions, reactions or decisions’.”

After a period of rumors, we now have a solid report. “Mbappe told PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi that he will leave as a free agent at the end of his contract,” Romano reported on Saturday. Now Mbappe will leave in the summer. He will not fulfill his commitments to PSG,” the club said in a statement.

In addition, French reporter Fabrice Hawkins of ‘RMC Sport’ reported that “Mbappe has decided to end his PSG career. He has communicated his intentions to the president. PSG, who have been tight-lipped about his departure over the past few months, will not make an official statement this time either.”

It looks like this will become a reality. “Mbappe did not tell his teammates which club he planned to join but let them know he was leaving. He had told those close to him in the locker room last summer that he wanted to join Real, a move that raised doubts because he had previously indicated he would not join them and would remain in France,” said The Athletic in England.

Contract details were also revealed. “After adjusting a few details, he will arrive at Real as the highest-paid player in the team, not far behind Toni Kroos, Luka Modric, and David Alaba, the other big earners. All things considered, the average salary he will receive at Real is less than half of the €212 million he earned at PSG this season.”

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