Report: Kylian Mbappe is desperate to sign for Real Madrid

According to one of the closest sources to the player, Kylian Mbappe doesn’t want to wait any longer to become a Real Madrid player.

With Eden Hazard’s transfer in the can, Real Madrid can now focus on trying to sign Kylian Mbappe as soon as possible.

The Spanish club initially doesn’t want to anger Paris Saint-Germain, they have a great relationship with the French club.

But the player doesn’t seem to care about this, Mbappe is reportedly desperate to leave Ligue 1 because he can’t stand the situation he is living in Paris.

This report is coming from one of the closest journalists that the French National Team ever had, we are talking about Diario AS and L’Equipe’s own Frederic Hermel.

This man has been releasing scoops about several French players for many years.

He has inside information of the French and Spanish markets that no other journalist in the world has.

This man has released exclusives about Zinedine Zidane for a long time due to the close relationship he has with the Real Madrid manager.

Hermel has been following Los Blancos’ attempts to sign Kylian Mbappe since they attempted his transfer back in 2017, but those attempts failed miserably.

The young player has been determined to become a Real Madrid player since he started his career, he even made a deal with Florentino and Zidane back then.

PSG convinced Mbappe to drop Real Madrid’s offer in 2017.

PSG sporting director Antero Henrique was a key part of the negotiation that ultimately convinced Kylian Mbappe to reject Real Madrid.

The summer of 2017 saw both Florentino Perez and Zinedine Zidane making a trip to Paris in order to convince the player’s family, but they didn’t reach their goal.

Mbappe’s parents wanted Los Blancos to assure a spot in the squad’s starting XI from the get-go, but they weren’t able to secure that promise.

Mbappe didn’t care about this and he was willing to seal a deal with Real Madrid and Monaco for €180 million, but PSG nosed into the negotiation with the player’s parents right in time.

We all know how things went after this, Mbappe was promised a place int he starting XI for PSG and a competitive squad that could be a title contender in the Champions League.

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The first promise from the French club was kept, but the second one still hasn’t come to fruition.

Kylian tried to win the Champions League twice already with no fortune, but the problems he has are not only related to PSG’s inability to compete.

Even though Kylian Mbappe was spotted scalding a reporter for asking him about Real Madrid, this response is pure politics in order to keep his current club guessing.

But Hermel’s column reveals the whole truth about the player’s situation, Mbappe is very unhappy in Paris and he wants to leave this summer.

There is no way to convince him of staying at the club, the problems are many and quite evident.

Perhaps the biggest issue he has is the treatment that the club gives to Neymar and doesn’t give to him.

The Brazilian player is treated as the biggest star in the club but Mbappe is the one who scored the most goals this season.

The Diario AS column reveals that the player’s performances in the Cup final against Rennes and last week’s defeat against Turkey are a result of this unhappiness.

All Mbappe wants is to leave PSG in order to play at Real Madrid as Zinedine Zidane’s pupil.

All this young player wants is to win the Ballon d’Or while wearing a white jersey that many of his childhood idols sported with pride.

At this point, PSG can’t do anything to convince the player to stay but Real Madrid won’t force anything.

It all comes down to Mbappe’s public behavior and how much he pushes his exit from the French club.

How long do you think it will take for Kylian Mbappe’s future to get sorted? Please share your opinion in the comment section down below.

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