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Real Madrid CEO and Kylian Mbappe’s mother working on the final details of the contract – report



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The negotiations between Real Madrid and Kylian Mbappe are said to be in the final stage and if a report from MARCA is to be believed, club CEO Jose Angel Sanchez and the player’s mother, Fayza Lamari are currently leading the charge of the final details. 

While a lot has been said about Mbappe’s summer move from Paris Saint-Germain to Real Madrid, there remain intricate details that are yet to be sorted out. 

As reported before, despite agreeing to a move, the parties involved are currently working on the minute details of the contract which includes his image rights and possible participation in the Paris Olympics this year.

PSG aligned with Mbappe’s decision

The aforementioned outlet affirms that Mbappe has informed Real Madrid of his decision and the same message was passed on to the French team as well last Tuesday.

As such, Mbappe did two important things recently. First, he showed a sign of respect to PSG by being transparent in communication, and then he showed a sign of interest to join Real Madrid. 

This was appreciated by people in Madrid who were waiting for such a move. It shows that both Mbappe and Real Madrid really want to make this happen.

Kylian Mbappe is working on the final details of his contract with Real Madrid. (Photo by FRANCK FIFE/AFP via Getty Images)

Now, everything is coming together, but there are still some details to work out in the final talks between the two sides, with Jose Angel Sanchez and Fayza Lamari playing key roles.

What is PSG’s role in this deal

It is believed that PSG have been waiting for Mbappe to make a decision because they always knew he would move to Real Madrid. 

Interestingly enough, he has promised PSG not to leave them in financial trouble if they pay him his full contract, which is around €200 million per season.

Now, the negotiation is starting between Mbappe, PSG and Real Madrid. The forward has already told PSG he wants to leave, and now he needs to agree on his contract with Real Madrid. 

After that, he will talk to PSG again to decide how he will leave without harming the club’s finances too much. One option is for Mbappe to forgive a part of his salary, which is good for PSG because it helps with taxes.

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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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