Real Madrid did their best this summer to land Paris Saint-Germain forward Kylian Mbappé. Los Blancos reportedly made at least two offers for the 22-year-old, but the capital club turned down the proposals as they had no interest in selling him.
Nonetheless, until Mbappé signs a contract extension, Real Madrid will remain lurking, and in January, the Spanish club could talk with the France international and agree to a pre-contract for the 2022-23 season.
“In the summer, I already said that I would like a player like [Mbappé] to come, but if he doesn’t, we have a good team,” Kroos said.”Let’s see what happens in the future. It is difficult for me to say because I am not the one who decides.”
“His quality has not changed – he is a good player and what we know is that Madrid wanted to sign him but in the end, they didn’t succeed. Everything continues, also without Mbappé here.
PSG has only a few months to continue talks with Mbappé to see if they can extend the young player. A recent report from a Spanish media outlet suggests that the Ligue 1 side wants to make 22-year-old the highest-paid player on the squad and an enormous signing bonus.