Manchester City will try to sign the French star this summer. There are less than 100 days for Mbappe to be free to start talks with any club over a move. Sheikh Mansour, Manchester City owner, ordered to try to sign the 22-years-old ‘at any cost’.
Real Madrid won’t be the only team pushing to sign the 22-year-old world champion. If nothing unexpected happens, Kylian Mbappe will be under the spotlight in the following transfer window, as he will be a free agent.
Paris Saint-Germain still hopes to convince Mbappe to sign a new contract and stay with Messi and Neymar at the French capital.
In less than 100 days, Kylian will be free to start talks with any club over a move away from Parc des Princes. It’s at that moment when the bidding war starts to sign the heir to Ronaldo’s and Messi’s throne.
The last team to join the race to sign Mbappe is Manchester City according to information from McGarry and Duncan Castles.
No one doubts of City’s economic power, especially when the French player is Sheikh Mansour, club owner, latest whim. According to many sources, City’s owner gave a straight order to at least try Mbappe’s signing, at ‘any cost’.
Txiki Begisristan has now complete freedom to offer any salary, variables or signing bonus.
Manchester City has a clear goal, winning the Champions League, and even though Guardiola’s side made it to the final last year, this team with Mbappe upfront could win everything there is to win.
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