“Mbappe set to declare for Real in days” Spanish journalist decides the tide has turned

The announcement of Kylian Mbappe’s (26) next destination appears to be imminent. After all, Mbappe is expected to leave Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and head to Real Madrid.

“According to my information, Mbappe’s decision won’t be long in coming,” Jose Felix Dias of Spain’s Marca tweeted on Tuesday (Jan. 1), adding, “I don’t know how Real Madrid will feel about this story, but I would be very surprised if they don’t make a move.” He cited an inside source.

“I would say that Mbappe’s world is very complicated,” he continued, quoting an insider, “but those who know PSG and are involved there take it for granted that Mbappe, who is not saying anything in the locker room, will leave.”

Mbappe, whose contract with PSG expires in June, has been in talks with a number of clubs under the Bosman Rule, which allows players with less than six months left on their contract to negotiate freely with other clubs.

There are three main options for Mbappe’s next move. First, he could stay at PSG and declare a move to his dream club, Real. Alternatively, he could sign for a Premier League club.

In the end, Mbappe is likely to choose Real. Mbappe and Real have had several signing opportunities in recent years. However, on each occasion, Mbappe has declared his intention to stay and Real have backed out.

This time around, however, it’s not just Felix Dias who’s been linked to Mbappe, but also Santi Auna, Abdullah Bulma, Loic Tanzi, and other transfer experts. All the more reason to believe that Mbappe is headed to Real.

According to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, Spanish La Liga president Javier Tebas said that “there is more than a 50% chance that Mbappe will join Real,” adding, “It’s my personal opinion, but it’s up to Real. Mbappe will decide.”

As for the timing, PSG are unlikely to be happy. After a Ligue 1 match against Strasbourg on March 3, PSG will play Brest in the Coupe de France round of 16 on March 8, Lille in Ligue 1 on March 11, and Real Sociedad in the UEFA Champions League round of 16 on March 15.

Strasbourg are in 10th place but are unbeaten in their last five games (three wins and two draws), while Brest are third and Lille are fifth. They’ll need to stay focused in the run-up to the Champions League.

If Mbappe were to part ways with PSG at this point, the fallout would be far-reaching. Furthermore, Mbappe’s departure to Real could spark a chain reaction of high-profile transfers, making this summer’s transfer market even more competitive.


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