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€200 million-rated superstar expected to sign for Real Madrid this summer

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After over a week of speculative silence, there finally appears to be news pouring in related to Kylian Mbappe’s move to Real Madrid. According to reports from SER, the French superstar is expected to make the blockbuster move this summer with no further ado.

Paris Saint-Germain have decided to sell the player in the coming month, for holding on to him for another season would see him depart on a free transfer. With all parties now working in unison, negotiations should progress swiftly.

Florentino Perez has spoken numerous times about his admiration of the French international. In fact, he stalled all of Real Madrid’s talks with other potential forward recruitments earlier this month in anticipation of Mbappe’s final decision.

Now that Los Blancos have the green light, only the economic aspect of the deal remains to be settled. Reports state that the Spanish outfit have the money ready for the youngster and are determined to not let him slip from their grasp this time around.

A fee of around €200 million is being discussed as the tag on Mbappe’s name. While it may be slightly high for a player with only one year left on his contract, it is safe to say that the forward brings more than the money’s worth.

Should his move to Real Madrid go through, Mbappe will form part of one of the world’s most dangerous forward trios at Santiago Bernabeu. With Vinicius Jr to his left and Rodrygo Goes flanking him to the right, the young Galactico setup would seemingly be unstoppable.

The 24-year-old scored a staggering 29 goals and provided five assists in just 34 Ligue 1 appearances last season, finishing as the top-scorer in France. Further, he provided 1.6 key passes per game and created 17 big chances.

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What is the price tag on Kylian Mbappe’s Real Madrid jersey?

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Kylian Mbappe’s arrival at Real Madrid has sparked a frenzy among football fans, with the club swiftly making his iconic jersey available for purchase starting July 11. 

Notably, before July 11, eager fans could not get their hands on a jersey featuring Mbappe’s name and number 9, as he was under contract with PSG until June 30. 

However, once the clock struck July 11, enthusiasts could finally purchase his jerseys in various styles, prompting a rapid sell-out at the Adidas store within hours.

The pricing of these jerseys has garnered significant attention, varying not only by size but also by the type of jersey—Replica or Authentic—that fans choose, reports Diario AS.

Initially, the Real Madrid online store listed the Replica version of Mbappe’s jersey at €100, while the Authentic version, identical to those worn by the team’s players, was priced at €160. 

What are the prices of Mbappe’s Real Madrid shirt?

Kylian Mbappe’s Real Madrid shirt is being sold like a hotcake. (Photo by FRANCK FIFE/AFP via Getty Images)

The highest-priced option is the Authentic Mbappe Men’s Home Kit Shirt, retailing at €185. This premium version allows fans to add additional patches such as La Liga or Champions League badges for an extra charge. 

Surprisingly, the women’s version of the jersey is priced equivalently, reflecting gender-neutral pricing practices, while the children’s edition is slightly more affordable at €130. 

Furthermore, even the youngest fans can join in the excitement with a baby version of the jersey priced at €80.

Meanwhile, for those looking for a more budget-friendly option, the Mbappe Men’s Home Shirt comes in at €120. 

Fans can customize these shirts with either a La Liga or Champions League patch for an additional €15, affixed uniquely on the right sleeve, opposite the iconic HP logo on the left, a prominent sponsor of the club. 

These prices apply to the short-sleeved versions; opting for long sleeves incurs a slightly lower cost. 

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