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Kylian Mbappe will earn €14 million each season at Real Madrid with €30 million in bonuses – report

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Kylian Mbappe’s transfer to Real Madrid is all but closed, pending official confirmation from the Los Blancos.

Now, a lot has been said about the Frenchman’s contract with the team and SER has affirmed that the forward will pocket a fixed salary of €14 million each season in addition to €30 million in bonuses. 

The report further claims that the 25-year-old will be employed by Real Madrid for five seasons. As of today, though, the agreement has not been signed by the player even though he sees himself in the Spanish capital from the next season.

“They are staging a closed agreement with Mbappe. A person who has been with [Nasser] Al Khelaifi in Doha told me about it and they assure me that it is 100% closed,” journalist Tomás Roncero told SER. 

“They all agree that it is closed. After 7 years, Mbappe has understood that to fulfil his childhood dream he had to lower his salary demands. 

“All that remains is to make the agreement official because there is the possibility of a PSG-Real Madrid in the quarterfinals of the Champions League,” he added.

One of the biggest contracts in European football

Kylian Mbappe is yet to sign his contract with Real Madrid. (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

While the deal between Real Madrid and Mbappe is not officially signed yet, there is a private agreement in place.

Between his €14 million net per year, along with a €30 million bonus for five years, the contract will be one of the highest in European football history, totalling up to €500 million.

There are still some details to be worked out, such as the distribution of image rights between the player and the club, as well as the specifics of bonuses and incentives over the five-year contract. 

Everyone at Madrid is aligned

Meanwhile, Mbappe is expected to wear the number 10 jersey next season, and it is speculated that Luka Modric may leave Real Madrid at the end of the season, making the Frenchman a suitable heir.

Despite the economic details being sorted out, there is no concern in the Real Madrid dressing room about his arrival, as it is anticipated that he will be at the top of the salary hierarchy.

The atmosphere in the team is good, and there is no expected disruption due to his joining, nor him being made the top earner once he arrives.

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Official: Real Madrid announce starting lineup to face Real Betis

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Real Madrid will sign off on their successful La Liga campaign today with a fixture against Real Betis at the Santiago Bernabeu.

The game, being seen as a final preparation for the UEFA Champions League final against Borussia Dortmund, sees manager Carlo Ancelotti field his strongest possible lineup.

All eyes will obviously be on the retiring Toni Kroos, who bids goodbye to the Bernabeu in what will be his final home game as a Real Madrid player.

The German international starts in the centre of the park alongside Federico Valverde, while Eduardo Camavinga slots in as the No. 6.

Meanwhile, Real Madrid captain, Nacho Fernandez, also starts in what could be his last game at the Bernabeu as well.

Nacho pairs up with Antonio Rudiger in defence, flanked by the full-back pairing of Dani Carvajal and Ferland Mendy. Thibaut Courtois starts in goal ahead of Andriy Lunin and Kepa Arrizabalaga.

Up front, Vinicius Jr. starts in attack, partnering up with Rodrygo Goes. Top scorer Jude Bellingham occupies the attacking midfield role for Real Madrid.

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