La Liga: Real Madrid Don't Need Kylian Mbappe
There was news that Mbappe would leave Paris Saint-Germain for Real Madrid at the close of the summer transfer market, namely Tuesday, August 31, 2021
Netgenz - Netizen buzz Sport | Real Madrid has reportedly not given up on the hunt for Kylian Mbappe's signature. However, the former England national team coach, Fabio Capello, sees Madrid not needing Mbappe's power. The French national team striker is often linked with Real Madrid. In fact, Madrid is reported to be sincere in not spending money on players in the summer of 2020, to be able to raise money to partner with Kylian Mbappe in 2021. However, Los Blancos are not so easy to get the services of Mbappe. First, PSG is not a club that needs money even though the COVID-19 outbreak had destroyed the order of the football industry.
Second, Les Parisiens have made a huge investment in Kylian Mbappe. It must be understood Paris Saint-Germain bought Mbappe from AS Monaco for 180 million euros. So, it is not strange if PSG is lazy to release Kylian Mbappe below that number. In fact, the 22-year-old's contract with Paris Saint-Germain will expire on June 30, 2022.
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A few days before the 2021 summer transfer window closed, several rumors spread that Real Madrid made an offer to edit Kylian Mbappe. The value is absolutely phenomenal, reaching 160 million euros (Rp 2.6 trillion). The first offer was rejected. Then, there was news that explained that Real Madrid had increased its bid figure to 200 million euros (Rp 3.2 trillion). But again, PSG really didn't move.
Repeatedly getting rejection from Paris Saint-Germain did not make Los Blancos give up. The idea is that Madrid will return to approach Kylian Mbappe in January 2022. Real Madrid likes to target the striker's signature to increase his attacking power. Currently, Madrid often plays Karim Benzema as the spearhead.
However, Fabio Capello views Real Madrid as not requiring the services of Kylian Mbappe. According to him, Madrid already has a good line of strikers, namely Benzema, Injured Jovic, and Mariano Diaz. "They will need time to make a strong team, Madrid needs some center-backs, I saw them against Mallorca, Mamma mia," said Capello. "In the front row they have no problems, even without Mbappe, they have good players. Barcelona can't take anyone because they have big economic problems," he continued.
"But, with the return of fans to the stadium, they will earn a new income and open a new transition," said Fabio Capello, who had worked with Madrid in the 1996/1997 and 2006/2007 seasons. Real Madrid has shown less confidence in the last three matches. El Real is listed as winless, with a breakdown of two defeats and one draw.