Real Madrid Makes a Bold Move to Secure Kylian Mbappé in 2024 – Report

After one season with no Real Madrid-Kylian Mbappé rumors, they’re now back. While many supporters of the Spanish club noted that the train to join Los Blancos only arrives once, it has come around again. 

Relevo reported on Thursday that there is more than an intuition that Mbappé will not exercise the option that he has to extend his contract until 2025. 

Therefore, Florentino Pérez thinks of saving money to go after Mbappé in six months, to whom he would pay a transfer bonus because he would arrive as a free player.

Furthermore, within Real Madrid, there’s a willing to for Mbappé to want a change of scenery and arrive as a free agent next summer. This scenario is what makes the president doubt regarding the signing of Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane.

As a result, Real Madrid has a decision on their hands whether they pursue a striker for this 2023-24 season or gamble again and put their eggs in, hoping that they land Mbappé next summer. 

However, the La Liga side does run the risk of getting burned for a second time and having to scramble to find a long-term replacement for Karim Benzema. 

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  1. I am convinced Real Madrid’s President President Florentino and coach Ancelotti no longer have the strategic thinking capacity to strengthen, let alone take Madrid into the immediate future as once more a very competitive European champion. The ease with which even lower level clubs defeat RM these days, not to talk of the drubbing the team suffers from the likes of Manchester City has been very embarrassing and humbling for a once indomitable Spanish and European champion. Indeed, age and lack of creativity and being miserly in recruiting the best have all rendered Florentino and Ancelotti out of pace with modern football strategies and management. They both are out of their depths now, and so we need new and more dynamic President and coach at the helm at Madrid soonest if the team is going to recover from its recent slumps and once again take its rightful
    place among Eurooean giants.

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