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  • Writer's pictureNana yaw Dynamic

Real Madrid allegedly willing to let go of Vini Jr for Mbappe

Manchester United is apparently fully on guard, as Real Madrid is thinking about heading out in different directions from Vinicius Junior in the event that they effectively secure the marking of Kylian Mbappe in the forthcoming summer move window.

Sources recommend that Real Madrid has proactively settled on a choice to offload Vinicius would it be a good idea for them they figure out how to get the unsure Paris Saint-Germain forward.

With a new midfield overhaul, Real Madrid plans to reinforce their going after attacking lineup with a global star.

President Florentino Perez allegedly sees Mbappe as the potential headliner for the club beginning next season, communicating questions about Vinicius' capability to turn into the substance of Madrid.

Even though Vinicius committed to playing for Los Blancos until he returns to his childhood club Flamengo, he signed a contract extension in October that will keep him in the league until 2027.

Mbappe is supposedly looking for a yearly compensation of €70 million (£60 million or $76 million) alongside an exchange reward of €125 million (£107 million/$136 million) to take the action to the Spanish capital.

However, Real Madrid is unwilling to violate their wage structure and is willing to pay him €35 million (£30 million) per year, making him the club's highest-paid athlete.

Manchester Joined is intently observing the circumstance and is apparently prepared to offer £130 million ($165 million) for Vinicius Junior.

Although the possibility of Mbappe staying at Parc des Princes has not been ruled out, Madrid may be tempted to accept the offer because bringing Mbappe to Santiago Bernabeu could put a strain on their financial resources.


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