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Real Madrid and Mbappe ‘reach an agreement on summer move’ and the striker will ‘earn around £41M-A-YEAR’



Real Madrid have made a breakthrough in their well-documented pursuit of Paris Saint-Germain star Kylian Mbappe as he agrees to move to Spain at the end of the season, according to a report in Germany.

Bild have revealed that the World Cup winner has finally agreed to join Real Madrid as a free agent when his contract in Paris expires in June.

PSG turned down two bids, the second at £154million, from Real Madrid for Mbappe last summer in the hope of convincing their star man to stay but the latest bombshell from Germany is that bosses at the French club have failed to make a compelling argument to the player.

Mbappe has long been Real Madrid president Florentino Perez’s top priority and he is now reportedly months away from landing the 23-year-old.

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The Bild report goes on to detail that Mbappe, who would walk into the Santiago Bernabeu as a free agent, is to get a mega deal worth He will reportedly pull in £41.5m per year in wages.

PSG, who face Real Madrid in the last-16 of the UEFA Champions League, have been angered at the pursuit of Mbappe from the Spanish side.

Back in August, PSG sporting director Leonardo accused his counterparts at Real Madrid of ‘illegal’ behaviour, accusing them of directly contacting Mbappe and his camp.

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For the last two years, Real Madrid have been behaving like this, it is not correct, illegal even because they contacted the player. It is unacceptable for us, because it is not correct,’ Leonardo said.

‘It is proof of the strategy: an offer comes one year before the end of his contract and seven days before the end of the window.

‘They want us to reject, to show to Kylian that they tried everything and to start negotiating for next year.’

Mbappe is viewed as one of the most impressive players in world football and he perfectly fits the bill for Real Madrid’s long-established ‘Galactico’ transfer policy.

The World Cup-winning striker moved to PSG initially on loan from Monaco in 2017, where he has gone on to elevate his game to even greater heights.

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