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Reports coming from Spain have it that Paris Sainte-Germaine striker Kylian Mbappé already reached an agreement with Real Madrid as the transfer saga looks to be reaching its conclusion.
According to Le Parisien, the French captain had agreed to join Real Madrid while denying that an agreement was in place.
Top journalist Fabrizio Romano revealed that Los Blancos are highly confident of a deal and
Mbappé is expected to communicate his decision on his future soon.

The 2018 World Cup winner could perhaps announce his intentions within the fortnight.

While he will only do so after informing Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi, Les Parisiens are already preparing for life without the AS Monaco academy product.
Romano says that after Mbappé’s departure, which is looking increasingly likely, PSG will sign a high-quality defender, a midfielder, and a forward.
PSG are reportedly monitoring t Lille OSC’s Leny Yoro (18). Luís Campos attempted to force a January move but to no avail. PSG are therefore expected to return with a bid in the summer, but they will likely face some stern competition, notably from Real Madrid and Liverpool.

PSG are also battling Newcastle United for the signing of AC Milan’s Rafael Leão. It’s therefore expected to see where the 24-year-old will ply his trade at the end of the season.
Téléfoot also reported that PSG is linked with Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford, while The Telegraph reports that Napoli’s Victor Osimhen is also being considered.
Although PSG won’t make a penny for Mbappé, whose contract expires at the end of the season, the reigning Ligue 1 champions are expected to make at least a major signing in the summer.
France will reportedly forego a reported €80m in loyalty bonuses, while his absence from the wage bill will also open up significant funds to rejuvenate the squad in the summer.
PSG currently tops the Ligue 1 table with 47 points from 20 games, 8 points above Nice.

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