Farewell With Lee Kang-in, Is It Real This Time?佛 Media said, “Mbappe is going to Real after this season as ‘Free’.”

Kylian Mbappe of French Ligue 1 Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) is expected to eventually break up with Lee Kang-in.

Mbappe has reportedly agreed to a free transfer with Real Madrid after this season. Citing sources, France’s “Put Mercato” reported on the 8th (Korea time) that Mbappe recently agreed to move his nest to Real Madrid.

Mbappe’s contract with PSG will end at the end of this season. He has talked a lot and kicked a lot. After holding Mbappe in his arms on loan in 2017, PSG fully recruited him by paying 180 million euros (about 259 billion won) in transfer fee to AS Monaco, including options the following year.마카오토토

Mbappe was already expected to go to Real Madrid in 2022. But his choice was to renew his two-year contract.

They also clashed last summer. Mbappe, who has one year left on his contract with PSG, declared that he would not extend his contract.

Saudi Arabia’s Al Hilal offered an annual salary of nearly 1 trillion euros (£603 million, about 989 billion won) along with the world’s highest transfer fee of 300 million euros (£259 million, about 431 billion won) to recruit Mbappe, but Mbappe refused.

PSG also took a hardline stance. It excluded Mbappe from its Asian tour. Although Mbappe was eventually closed down to surrender the white flag, there was still some lingering resentment.

Mbappe’s contract with PSG ends on June 30. From this month, six months before the end of the contract, it is possible to sign contracts with other overseas clubs in advance.

Mbappe has a narrow stage in Ligue 1. He has 18 goals and two assists in 16 matches in this season’s Ligue 1. In terms of goalscoring, he is second to none. He is 10 goals ahead of second place.

However, Mbappe’s trip to Real Madrid always coexisted with variables. It is unclear what other knife PSG will take out.

Meanwhile, PSG, where Lee Kang-in left for the Qatar Asian Cup, won 9-0 over Le Bell of the sixth division in the round of 64 of the 2023-2024 Coupe de France (France Cup) at Stade Pierre Fabre in Castre, Tarn.

There was no “mercy,” with Mbappe scoring a hat-trick and Randal Kolo Moani scoring multiple goals.

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