Kylian Mbappé is clear. Sooner or later he will play at Real Madrid, because, as it happened in Hazard’s case, it is his dream since he was a child and he does not intend to give it up, something they know both in his current club and in Santiago Bernabeu. The only thing left to know is when the landing of the French will take place in Chamartín.
Mbappé has a contract until 2022 with the Parisians and their desire is none other than to renew that agreement by considerably raising the figures that the player perceives. Real Madrid is aware of that, but still will try to sign the player in the summer of 2020. In addition, Florentino does not want any confrontation with a “friend” club, as the white president defines the French. Therefore, if PSG does not sell, Real Madrid will not force the machine.
Given this situation, and with the possibility of waiting until 2021, just one year before the end of Mbappé’s contract with PSG, in the last days a third alternative option has been opened that could be the most beneficial for all parties.
Mbappé would be willing to renew his contract with PSG as long as a release clause was included for which paying a significant amount of money, the player could leave after 2021 (option he prefers the player) or 2022 (the most satisfactory in the eyes of the club). In this sense, Real Madrid would have much more ‘easy’ the possibility of signing the player, because by offering the amount stipulated in that new Mbappé contract, the forward would sign for the whites without having to negotiate a new figure with the French team.
Within that possible negotiation of Mbappé with PSG there would be several key points to discuss. The first and most obvious would be the player’s salary increase, something that would occur without any problem. The second, the above mentioned clause to leave. PSG would not accept less than 300 million euros, a very high figure that would make it the most expensive transfer in history if it got materialized.