Real Madrid Wouldn’t Need a Sale to Sign Kylian Mbappé, Javier Tebas Says

La Liga president Javier Tebas made a bold claim to L’Equipe regarding Real Madrid’s reported signing of Kylian Mbappé. The league executive noted that should the Spanish side land the Frenchman, there would be no need to sell players. 

Recently, a journalist for Cadena Ser claimed that Los Blancos would need to sell €80 million. Rodrygo is a possible player who could fetch that fee and not have the minutes guaranteed as a starter. 

Nonetheless, Tebas told the French media outlet that Real Madrid is fine financially and wouldn’t require a sale to register Mbappé, despite the sums that Los Blancos will need to pay, it won’t come as a risk to their current squad. 

“Real is a club economically in an optimal situation,” Tebas said. “Their strategy is not short-term. They are not obliged to sell anyone to pay Mbappé. Really not at all.”

RMC Sport added that there is currently no total agreement between the 2018 FIFA World Cup winner and the Merengue club. But everything now suggests that Mbappé will become the newest player for the Spanish club this summer.

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