The thought of Lionel Messi, Neymar, and Kylian Mbappe dominating Europe for an entire season may have to be placed on hold as Real Madrid will not rest until they have signed Mbappe. The two-year transfer saga continues as PSG rejected Real Madrid’s initial offer and will not sell the World Cup winner for less than 200 million Euros.
Kylian Mbappe has one year left on his PSG deal, which would make his signature one of the biggest ones come next off season. PSG’s sporting director has insisted that Mbappe will only be sold if a club offers the amount PSG has stated since last year.
Rumors have circulated for one year that Kylian Mbappe has been house hunting in Spain and that Real Madrid have come up with various scenarios to get his signature, but nothing has materialized. Two things remain, PSG will hold on to the French star at least until he becomes a free agent, or someone pays the transfer fee and questions as to how Real Madrid have the money for this transfer, nonetheless PSG has three names according the Daily Mail to replace Kylian Mbappe, here they are.
Erling Haaland is on every team's radar basically, one of the world's top strikers, if not the top striker in the world. Borussia Dortmund, like PSG, have held firm and will only entertain offers in the area of 150 million Euros.
What? Replacing Mbappe with Paul Pogba would be rather strange, but PSG have fire power maybe the French team will want to balance out the middle of the field. Not a striker but still a leader Pogba would be a fine addition to a great squad.
Eduardo Camavinga has been on PSG’s radar for a while now, and while he is still young, Camavinga could be a star for the future. the 18-year-old midfielder has been with Rennes his whole career and has 3 caps and 1 goal for the World Champions France.