Kylian Mbappe has reportedly signed his contract with Real Madrid, making him the highest-paid player at the club.

Kylian Mbappe French professional footballer

Reportedly, Kylian Mbappe has finalized his contract with Real Madrid, agreeing to a deal until 2029 with the La Liga giants.

Marca has stated that Mbappe signed his agreement to join Madrid two weeks ago, demonstrating a strong commitment to the Bernabeu outfit.

According to Mail Sport’s report last week, Real Madrid is prepared to elevate Kylian Mbappe as the club’s highest-paid player, surpassing the £10.3 million per season earned by Jude Bellingham and Vinicius Junior.

Additionally, Madrid plans to offer a signing-on fee of approximately £85.5 million and initiate discussions regarding the percentage of image rights Mbappe will retain.

According to the report from Marca, Mbappe’s representatives informed PSG to cease making further offers to retain him, as he had already reached an agreement with Madrid.

The communication between Los Blancos and Mbappe’s entourage began at the start of the new year, questioning Mbappe’s intentions after previous negotiations during the summer.

Mbappe responded affirmatively, indicating his intent to join Madrid.

The report also suggests that Madrid no longer viewed Mbappe as a priority signing, considering they already had Vinicius Jr and Bellingham, whom they regarded as among the best players globally.

However, at the beginning of February, Real Madrid initiated full-fledged negotiations with the aim of swiftly finalizing the deal.

This move comes in contrast to PSG club president Nassr Al-Khelaifi’s previous statements expressing his desire for the winger to remain at the club, asserting that it was the ideal environment for him. Al-Khelaifi emphasized his stance during an interview with RMC, stating, “Look, I’m not concealing anything. Undoubtedly, I want Mbappe to stay.

He is, in my opinion, the best player in the world, and Paris is the perfect club for him.

” Mbappe initially joined Paris Saint-Germain in 2017 from Monaco, initially on a loan basis, before the French giants paid a hefty £155 million to secure his permanent transfer.


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