Real Madrid who need a successor to Karim Benzema, considering that he is 34 years old, makes the Spanish capital team have a serious interest in signing Kylian Mbappe from Paris Saint-Germain.
Instead of wanting to sign Mbappe, the French passport player actually changed his mind and decided to stay with his current club, PSG after he signed a new contract until 2025.
El Real’s failure to add quality in their attacking sector will automatically disappear and it is very likely that they will change their priorities when the 2022 summer transfer window opens.
Despite failing to bring Mbappe to the Santiago Bernabeu, Carlo Ancelotti apparently didn’t care about this, because from the start he had refused to think about players from outside Real Madrid so there were no high expectations about him.
“What we have to think about is clear (looking at the Champions League final). We have never discussed players from other clubs. However, we always respect everyone’s decisions,” said Ancelotti as quoted by Goal.
“Right now all we have to think about is getting ready for the Champions League final (against Liverpool),” he concluded.
There is no chance to bring in Mbappe again, Real Madrid are reportedly starting to focus on persuading AS Monaco’s young defensive midfielder, Aurelien Tchouameni.