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Here we go: Fabrizio Romano confirms Kylian Mbappe move to Real Madrid



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It is the best possible time to be a Real Madrid fan. With their win over Borussia Dortmund at Wembley last night, Los Blancos clinched a historic 15th UEFA Champions League title, and Fabrizio Romano now brings news that will send the city of Madrid into a whole new level of celebration.

In what comes as a breaking update, the ever-reliable Italian journalist has given his trademark ‘here we go’ to Kylian Mbappe’s move to Real Madrid, all but confirming that the transfer is a done deal.

Papers signed

The young French phenom has been linked with a move to Madrid for several years now, but a combination of factors complicated Mbappe’s dream move year after year. This summer, largely, was considered to be his final chance to sign for the Merengues.

The PSG star communicated his desire to leave the French club well before the end of the season and refused to pen an extension beyond this summer. He had, reportedly, made his decision to join Real Madrid as early as February.

It is now confirmed that all the paperwork for the mega transfer has been completed, approved and signed.

Mbappe is all set for Real Madrid move now (Photo by FRANCK FIFE/AFP via Getty Images)

The official annou1ncement of Mbappe’s arrival could be made as early as the coming week and the World Cup winner can now be considered a Real Madrid player for all practical purposes.

A dream team

It is almost criminal that the Champions League-winning Real Madrid are adding Kylian Mbappe to their arsenal as the crown jewel of an already star-studded squad.

With Vinicius Jr, Jude Bellingham, Rodrygo Goes, Eduardo Camavinga, Federico Valverde and Eder Militao already set to headline a special generation, Mbappe’s arrival elevates the team to an unimaginable level.

The spotlight now shines bright on Carlo Ancelotti to see how the master tactician accommodates the available riches to bring out the best in all players. A change in formation is not ruled out.

Mbappe will be presented as a new Galactico next week and will officially start training with the team after the Euros. While France are pushing for his availability for the  Olympics, Los Blancos do not appear interested in entertaining the request.

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France NT growing concerned about Real Madrid star’s fitness ahead of Euros



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Real Madrid star Aurelien Tchouameni is currently with the French National Team in preparation for the upcoming European Championships.

Didier Deschamps and Co. were hoping that the defensive midfielder would make a complete recovery from the stress injury on his left foot in time for the Euros, but his situation does not appear as favourable any longer.

With the commencement of the competition approaching fast, the French setup are worried and must make a decision fast, as revealed by SPORT.

Long time out

Les Bleus are still living in the optimism that Tchouameni will make it back in time for the premier event. With every passing day, however, the Real Madrid star’s availability is looking more distant.

After all, the deep-lying midfielder last played over a month ago in Real Madrid’s UEFA Champions League semifinal against Bayern Munich. Since then, he missed four league games, the UCL final and two friendly games with the national team.

Tchouameni has been injured for over a month. (Photo by INA FASSBENDER/AFP via Getty Images)

Should the Frenchman recover in time, there will be questions raised about his match-fitness and rightly so for 40 days is a very long hiatus in the world of football.

Urgent decision

The medical team of the French national setup have reportedly devised a specific plan to ensure that the youngster recovers at the earliest and is available for the event in Germany.

Deschamps, however, has a critical decision to make as he will not be allowed to make any changes to his squad after the tournament begins. His deadline, thus, is the 17th of June before his team’s clash against Austria.

The manager hopes to recover Tchouameni at all costs and will likely wait until the nth minute before taking a decision.

Should a replacement be required, a UEFA Medical Committee doctor will have to confirm that the injury is indeed as serious as the camp believe.

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