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Real Madrid have everything ready to move for Mbappe once they receive the green light



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According to a report from ESPN, Real Madrid have everything ready and in place to move for Kylian Mbappe as soon as they receive the green light from the player or his club, PSG.

The 24-year-old has no desire to renew his contract beyond 2024 but does not want to leave this summer. But with PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi making it clear that there is no way the forward will stay at the club without signing a new deal, Mbappe is starting to accept that he might have to leave right away.

In such a scenario, Real Madrid remains the Frenchman’s preferred destination, although he is quite relaxed about the situation and does not feel any pressure after Al-Khelaifi’s statements.

Even though a transfer fee of €200 million has been mentioned, Real Madrid assume that the cost will increase due to the add-ons, bonuses, and commissions.

Mbappe, despite his insistence on not wanting to leave, would prefer to see PSG receive a transfer fee for his exit rather than leave the club for free.

But, so far, there has been no progress in negotiations between the two parties over a mutual understanding and agreement.

The matter of the loyalty bonus has been a big bone of contention but Real Madrid believe that will not be a hindrance in their bid to sign him.

Despite the costs that the operation will take, Real Madrid are understood to have everything in place to make a move as soon as they receive a go-ahead from either PSG or Mbappe himself.

But until the player and the French champions do not resolve the matter between themselves, the Merengues will not make the first move.

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Real Madrid defender taken off with an injury against Las Palmas



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There just does not appear to be any respite from injuries for Real Madrid.

Just when it appeared that they were close to having their full squad – barring the two long-term absentees – the Merengues have been struck down by fresh injuries this week.

Arda Guler, who was on the cusp of being named in the squad for the Las Palmas clash, injured himself in training on Tuesday.

And now, during the game against Las Palmas at the Santiago Bernabeu, Real Madrid have lost key defender David Alaba to an injury.

Close to the 40th-minute mark, Alaba went down on the ground clutching his leg and appeared to be in quite a bit of discomfort.

Soon enough, the medical staff arrived to take a look at the Austrian and seconds later he was off the pitch and straight towards the tunnel.

Lucas Vazquez came on to replace the injured Alaba, with Nacho Fernandez moving into the centre-back position alongside Antonio Rudiger.

Alaba’s injury leaves Carlo Ancelotti with just two fit centre-backs in Rudiger and Nacho, which is set to be a matter of great concern.

The hope will be that Alaba’s condition is nothing serious and that he is able to mount a quick recovery.

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