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PSG manager tight-lipped on Mbappe situation as Real Madrid rumours grow: “Will not say anything”



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After it was confirmed last night that Kylian Mbappe had informed PSG that he would leave the club at the end of the season, multiple reliable sources have claimed that the Frenchman will end up at Real Madrid in the summer.

Indeed, the 25-year-old is understood to have given the green light to the move and an agreement is being worked upon before everything is tied up.

As for PSG, they fought hard to try and convince Mbappe to sign a renewal and stay at Parc des Princes beyond the current season, but it appears that their efforts have proven futile.

Luis Enrique quiet on Mbappe situation

Earlier today, PSG manager Luis Enrique attended a press conference during which he was asked about the future of Mbappe.

However, the Spanish tactician opted to stay quiet on the matter, stating that he would not say anything until the player and the club spoke out about it in the media.

“I have no information to give you. Until the two parties involved speak publically, I will not say anything. When the parties speak, I will give you my opinion,” said Enrique, as quoted by Fabrizio Romano.

Mbappe to sign a five or six-year contract

Despite Enrique opting to keep things under wraps, all signs indicate that Mbappe could be on his way to Real Madrid in the summer.

In fact, reports suggest that the 25-year-old could sign a five or a six-year contract with the Merengues and that he will be earning much lesser than what he used to at PSG.

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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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