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Kylian Mbappe will decide his future in two weeks with Real Madrid offer already in hand



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Despite the fact that Kylian Mbappe’s contract with Paris Saint-Germain finishes at the end of the season, there is still no concrete news over the Frenchman’s immediate future and his links with Real Madrid.

Interestingly, a report from AS has emerged, saying the star forward has sent his message to PSG, affirming that he will announce his next destination in the next two weeks.

Right now, Mbappe only has two options at his disposal; continue at PSG or accept Real Madrid’s proposal, which has already been sent to the player.

It’s all getting stale now

Unlike what has been said in the media, PSG have not offered a new contract to Mbappe yet. They have just asked him if he wants to stay in the team or not. If he agrees, then they’ll start negotiating a renewal.

Now, it is to be noted that Mbappe does have an option of extending his stay with PSG for one more year, but the player must agree to trigger that clause and in doing so, he would earn a whopping €70 million in France.

On the other hand, what Real Madrid are offering is around €30 million per year.

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Only one winner between Real Madrid and PSG

Both Real Madrid and PSG are tense these days, expecting the deal to happen. For Real Madrid, signing Mbappe is not as crucial as it was before because they have other top players like Jude Bellingham and Vinicius Jr. 

On the other hand, PSG would be really upset if Mbappe left. They’ve worked hard to keep him happy in Paris, and now he’s a central part of their plans, unlike before when he had to compete with Lionel Messi and Neymar.

It’s really important for Mbappe to stay in Ligue 1 because, without him, the league could lose its value. This is especially crucial after Messi and Neymar left. Plus, there are negotiations happening for the sale of TV rights for the next five years. 

On top of that, PSG is talking to the Paris City Council about keeping control of Parc des Princes and giving it a major makeover, similar to what Real Madrid did with the Bernabéu, which would cost over €2 billion. All these plans are in jeopardy if Mbappe leaves.

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Real Madrid ace misses training for third consecutive day ahead of UCL final



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As Real Madrid get closer and closer to their final game of the season against Borussia Dortmund in the UEFA Champions League, they are now sweating over the availability of one of their players.

It has already been confirmed that both David Alaba and Aurelien Tchouameni will miss the finals in London due to injuries.

Other than that, Carlo Ancelotti is likely to have the entirety of his squad available at his disposal, although there could be some concerns surrounding Andriy Lunin.

Lunin not in training for the third day in running

Indeed, Andriy Lunin has not participated in team training today, making it three days in a row heading into the Champions League final, reports Mundo Deportivo.

The Real Madrid goalkeeper is down with a fever that has kept him out of training for three days in a row now.

However, the report does add that despite not being in training for three days now, the Ukrainian international will fly to London and be on the squad list for the finals.

But with reports already suggesting that Thibaut Courtois will be starting in goal against Dortmund, Lunin’s continued absence from training only further strengthens the Belgian’s chances.

Kepa Arrizabalaga, who was absent from training on Tuesday due to personal reasons, is back working with the rest of the squad today. The Spaniard will have no involvement in Saturday’s final though.

Carlo Ancelotti is likely to go with the exact same starting lineup that he named for the Merengues’ final La Liga match against Real Betis.

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